Opened in 1963, the Estonian Sports Museum aims to collect and preserve materials about physical culture and sports related to the history of Estonia and its people. Its permanent exhibition offers an experience that is both educational and entertaining to different target groups - from children through to professional athletes. In addition to a traditional overview of sports history, you can also test your skills on special simulators, use the computers to find out more information, visit the cinema, take part in a virtual Olympics, have a picture taken of yourself in the company of old weightlifters, take a look at sports newspapers and listen to music from different eras.
Really nothing too interesting if you don't care about sports in Estonia...could have some kind of games or interactive sports things for people and especially children to do
On the one hand - it's not a huge place and it won't take you much time until you start with interactive stands. On another hand - there are quite many things to see.
Fantastic place! You can see a lot of different and important sport's tracks,from all over the world!