Once a month on a Saturday morning from 10 am to 12 pm, the Kumu Art Museum adapts to the needs of people with sensory hypersensitivity and autism and to all other visitors who enjoy a quieter experience in the museum.
On quiet mornings:
we turn down the sound of the loudest artworks in Kumu;
we provide a floor plan with an adapted sign system, informing our visitors about the lighting, sound level and accessibility of our rooms;
we do not book any tour groups or workshops for schoolchildren;
we set up a quiet area in the education centre for rest and recuperation.
Additional questions and information (in Estonian and English)