Museum of Occupations

The museum is dedicated to the occupations that took pace between 1939 and 1991 and their impact on Estonia and the residents of Estonia. Video, audio and pictorial materials create a concept of the changes and tribulations caused to Estonia by German and Soviet rule. Through items collected from ordinary people, an attempt is made to make sense out of people’s fates during this period.


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  • JodyTD JodyTD


    This museum wasn't the best I have been to. I work in a job where I have to explain modern history, including Nazi and Soviet occupation in countries in Europe, to tourists every few weeks so I was...

  • Aavo R Aavo R

    Solemn memorial /museum

    A vivid historical account of the persecution and deportation of Estonian citizens during WWII. You enter as one person, and leave as another, understanding the horrors of mankinds brutal actions...

  • Barry D Barry D

    Great for person with any interest in history

    Very fascinating museum! The videos are lengthy but worth it. Learning about the national pride of the Estonians and the history of resistance was very interesting.

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