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This museum, for me, was actually the best i visited in Tallinn (I preferred it to the Museum of Occupations). It's free and relatively small. That said, i stayed well over an hour. There are some small items from the popular front, but the majority...More
It was my last day in Tallinn and it was raining (again). As I used up my Tallinn Card the previous day, I was looking for some free attractions that sounded interesting and just to find a dry place for a couple of minutes. This...More
If you enjoy learning about history and politics, then this free museum is highly recommended. Also called the 'Rahvarinde Museum' or People's Front Museum. The format might be a bit unusual for some - the story of the fight for Estonian independence from Soviet rule...More
This is free and really interesting. There are a lot of photographs about the struggle for Estonian Independence and clearly illustrated. There are guides in different languages available which explain each section in detail. The staff are friendly and really helpful. There was also a...More
This is a small museum about the Popular Front of Estonia, which was a civil moment in the late 80s and early 90s that resisted Soviet control and helped restore Estonia's independence. The exhibition is a fascinating presentation of the sequence of events leading to...More