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All reviews merchant house estonian history top floor several floors audio guide everyday items english subtitles the upper floors interesting exhibits soviet rule well laid out medieval times recent history soviet union worth a visit temporary exhibition middle ages
We’ve visited the history one a few posts ago, and now here’s a museum solely dedicated to the very Tallinn itself. They each have their own gaze on what counts as history and while their differences are as subtle as it could be (take maritime...More
We enjoyed the visit to this small museum, it is well laid out over 3 floors and a cellar and had lots of informative historical objects giving the history of Tallin. I would recommend a visit here only 4 euros entrance.
This museum in the heart of Tallinn has all kinds of typical city museum stuff - but remember to check the informative Soviet eta exhibition upstairs. The model of medieval Tallinn is interesting, too.
We visited Tallinn recently and wanted to visit a couple of the museums. The city museum was really enjoyable and, on different floors, it explained about Estonian history with clear descriptions and guides. Well worth a visit.
We found this to be a very informative and interesting museum. It has several floors and you will need to be able to go up and down stairs to see the whole museum. It is like walking through time, it is about the history of...More
This museum is a hidden gem on a rainy day. Start at the top with the start of Tallinn as a Hanseatic port and work down through the Soviet occupation, round the ground floor to the present day. Interesting exhibits, some from people who work...More
Go there to learn what has made Estonians over the centuries. Although we only met pleasant people there, one of the panels says they are low on a happiness index and think that to survive is to be happy enough. You'll see why when you...More
This is a cute and compact museum, a number of small rooms which flow a little sporadically through history at times. For example, the first room is with concern to WW1& 2 and Soviet occupation, then you go downstairs to look at ceramics, then upstairs...More
I stayed in an apartment just next door. When all the kids were taking their nap, I went to the museum, paid EUR4, and enjoyed the social history of Tallinn. The museum is not about war, politics and things like those. But it exhibits what...More