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The Jewish Community of Estonia exists from the beginning of the 19th century, although the first Jew was mentioned already in 1333. The museum tells the life of Estonian Jews from the 19th century to present days and shows their contribution to...more
I’m surprised to see this museum so low on the Trip Advisor list of Tallinn museums. I’m guessing it has more to with it’s out-of-the-way location than the museum itself. I was very impressed with it and found it much better than a lot of...More
Thank you so much to our guide who gave up his lunch to show us round and tell us about the history of Estonian Jewry. The new synagogue is beautiful and the community is thriving after being wiped out by the nazis. He museum is...More
I had visited the museum during the "Tallinn Night of Museums 2015" event. It is located pretty close to the city center, what made the visit very comfortable. The staff is extremely friendly and polite. That night the visitors were invited to a glass of...More
This is a very interesting place indeed. The unique exposition sheds light on the generally rather unknown part of the Jewish history in Estonia. I particularly enjoyed the central part on religion. Nice archival materials, well-organised, visually accessible and super informative. The staff is very...More