… the Greatest Asian Lantern Festival with old Chinese traditions will be held in Estonia for the first time. From December 6th right up to January 12th, the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds will host a huge light sculpture park, theatrical shows and a Christmas fair.
Chinese masters will set up more than 20 themed light installations. The festival will feature a 40-metre-long dragon, panda and flamingo gardens, a deer forest, and many other fairy-tale creatures.
Chinese actors will perform in theatrical shows at the lantern festival, which will be open on weekends and Christmas throughout the holiday season. Every day you can see 4 different performances on stage at 5pm, 6pm, 7pm and 8pm! There will also be a number of artisans coming to Tallinn from China who will invite you to take a closer look at their exotic crafts and the process of creating them. Visitors will be able to enjoy a Christmas fair, flavours of Oriental cuisine, a chance to meet Santa Claus, and other entertainment.
The festival will begin on December 6th and will be open until January 12th. Children under 6 (incl.) are admitted free of charge.
FRIDAYS: 4 PM – 10 PM
SATURDAYS: 4 PM – 10 PM
SUNDAYS: 4 PM – 9 PM
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS: 25 – 29 Dec 4 PM – 10 PM
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A year ago, Pakruojis Manor was recognised as one of the 18 most attractive cultural tourism destinations in Europe at the EDEN Awards ceremony. The Greatest Asian Lantern Festival is being organised by the Pakruojis Manor team in partnership with the Chinese company Haitian Culture. In its 20+ years of existence, this international company has hosted Chinese lantern celebrations in more than 40 countries.