The museum, dedicated to the 50 year period when the Germans and Soviets occupied Estonia, is good value at 5 euros entry. It reinforces what happened to the other Baltic countries during the 20th century. There are many artifacts and photos on display that are well marked and presented. There are also many videos covering the decades of the various stages of the occupation, which are very insightful. You could spend alot of time in the museum if you watched all of the videos, some of which are over 30 minutes long. There are statues in the basement, including a large one of Lenin, and other Soviet and and Nazi exhibits in the museum. Definitely worth a visit.
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