The Art Gallery of the Narva Museum is located in the Gloria Bastion, in an old warehouse building for provisions and weapons, built in 1777. Today, it is one of the few buildings in the old town that survived the destructive events of the Second World War. In 1991, the first exhibition opened in the renovated and specially redesigned building, and this day can be called the Birthday of the Art Gallery - a branch of the Narva Museum.

Currently, the art gallery hosts exhibitions that introduce visitors to the artistic heritage of Estonia and Narva, as well as contemporary professional art and areas related to visual culture. In 2021, a permanent exhibition titled "Life or Karma? Stories of Narva" was opened in the gallery, featuring around 200 works ranging from the Baroque era to the present, as well as numerous materials from the museum's collection of photographs and textiles. Audio guides are available to enhance visitors' independent exploration of the permanent exhibition, which can be used on their smart devices.

The operating hours for the Art Gallery are:
Wednesday: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Thursday to Sunday: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM




The Art Gallery's Opening Hours

Wednesday: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Thursday to Sunday: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Tickets and booking tours and programs at the Art Gallery

Vestervalli 21, 20306 Narva
tel (+372) 359 9230