Medieval village

From 15th to 16th of August AD 2020 Blacksmith is working in his smithy, ropemaster is spinning rope, smitherys ladies are working with spinning wheel. Wise women from countryside show their skills how to repair clothes. Embroidery society ladies show theur skills. Everybody can try themselves! Limping Wolves, reenactors of 14th century mercenaries, is participating […]

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Medieval market

On Town Hall Square we have Medieval Market- the best masters and artisans are coming from homeland and abroad! You can purchage goods made from iren, glass, silver, amber, also delicous food! There are several workshops- You can try your hand ! Master of Calligraphy is also there, as ceramics and textile workshops. Europa“s oldest […]

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Information for Market Trader

Estonian Folkart and Handicraft Union reserves rights to choose master and artisans, who can participate Medieval Festival 2019 Those, who want to participate, please, send information about Your company and some photos of Your goods and display. If possible, website address. Registration starts at 29.04.2019 Medieval Festival 2019 is completed! Handicraft Union takes in to […]

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Knight tournament

We are pleased to announce that knight tournament in Reval will be held again 13th of July! There will be two parts : First part- knights from X-XI Century decide, who is the  best swordman, and the best team.  Secind part take sus to XIV-XV Century and we will find out, who is the best […]

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2020 the 21st Medieval Days will take place from 15th to 16th of August

The Medieval Days are one of the most important annual events of the Estonian Folk Art and Craft Union since the year 2000. The Medieval Days take place in Tallinn’s Old Town every year on the first full week of July from Thursday to Sunday (in 2014 due to song and dance festival one week later).

During the Medieval Days you are able to feel the atmosphere of the flourishing Hanseatic era.

A large medieval market is set up in the Town Hall Square with merchants and workshops.

Musicians and dancers from near and far take the stage.

A medieval procession opens the event followed by various workshops, excursions and theatre performances.

The children’s area is situated on the Niguliste hill where children are able to participate in workshops, knight tournaments and other exciting activities.