The Old Anatomicum in Tartu used to be the most important scientific center, where they conducted really exciting studies in the field of medicine. It is interesting primarily from an architectural point of view to contemporary tourists. The research center occupied a beautiful 19th-century mansion surrounded by a large beautiful garden. It's a lovely place to visit at any time of the year.
The Leaning House is the most unusual architectural sight of Tortu. This beautiful house was erected in the late 18th century for the noble Barclay de Tolly family. Construction inefficiencies have led to its inclination. Only talented rebuilding saved the mansion from complete destruction. Nowadays, a popular bookstore occupies its first floor.
An excellent beer museum operates in Tartu. It's called A Le Coq. The museum was named after the historic brewery opened in 1803. It became the very first brewery in Estonia. The plant is in operation. They opened a thematic museum in one of its historic buildings in 2003. Among the exhibits are old-fashioned equipment, antique dishes, a collection of beer mugs and advertising posters, numerous awards that the plant gained in international competitions.