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Quite small but worth the money. If you're in a hurry but want to know the history of Estonia and its people an hour is sufficient. Watch the video at the beginning for a crash course of 11 000 years of development. Move on to...More
Over 3 floors this is a very interesting building to visit. It is the heart of the old town on Pikk. The basement has a military weapon collection, there was a dress collection on the ground floor whilst we were there. The main exhibition covers...More
This is a very interesting museum that we were rushed through as part of a day tour. There were so many things that illustrated the history and life in Tallinn that I wanted to stop to see. Plan to spend a little time to really...More
The Guild Hall houses part of the History Museum with a spooky underground section which may interest youngsters. Its exhibits are well laid out. Entrance tickets reduced for seniors and students. Entrance to be found near the town hall square.
This Guild Hall was an important part of the towns history from the 15th century and was commissioned by the Great Guild, the association of Hanseatic merchants..It now houses the Estonian History Museum.
The building itself is beautiful from the street. The inside of the hall is not very interesting, very plain. The basement is neat with a military exhibit, but not worth the 6 EURO entrance fee. If you have interest in the history of Estonia's currency,...More
This museum has exhibits on the history of Estonia in Estonian and English. Some of the exhibits are interactive. You can enjoy an 11 minute multi-screen presentation on the history of Estonia. Plus this is all housed in a historic building that itself is worth...More
My group, unfortunately, did not have very much time available to spend in the beautiful Tallinn Old Town. We decided to visit the Estonian History Museum to learn more about the history of the country, and we are glad that we did. It is a...More