Table 1: Data and trends of public and private cultural institutions
|Domain||Cultural institutions||Public sector||Private sector|
|Number (2019)||Trends last 5 years (comparison to 2014) (in %)||Number (2019)||Trends last 5 years (comparison to 2014) (In %)|
|Cultural heritage||Cultural heritage sites||26 485||– 0,3%||N/A|
|Visual arts||Public art galleries/exhibition halls||75**||75**|
|Performing arts||Scenic and stable spaces for theatre||10||0||N/A|
|Theatre companies||10||– 9%||48||N/A|
|Dance and ballet companies||2***||0||10***||N/A|
|Interdisciplinary||Socio-cultural centres / cultural houses||450||N/A||N/A|
Ministry of Culture, Statistics Estonia, Estonian Theatre Agency
* As a result of the museum reform, several museums have been merged into a single institution, the total number of branches is 249.
** Total number in public as well as in private halls.
*** The number includes in the total number of theatre companies, because part of them are multi-genre theatres.