Estonian War Museum - General Laidoner Museum

Housed in Viimsi Manor near Tallinn, the former summer residence of General Johan Laidoner who was the Commander in Chief of the Estonian Armed Forces before the WW II, the Estonian War Museum is a great place to start if you'd like to learn more about this country's history. Step into general Laidoner's office, climb into Forest Brothers' winter bunker, take a look at various arms and historical uniforms of the Estonian army.
A display of artillery guns and military vehicles is located 300 m from the main building, Vehema tee 1a and is open from May through September, Fri-Sun, 11-18 or by booking.

Housed in Viimsi Manor near Tallinn, the former summer residence of General Johan Laidoner who was the Commander in Chief of the Estonian Armed Forces before the WW II, the Estonian War Museum is a great place to start if you'd like to learn more abo

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 17 reviews | Write a review
  • Family vacation

    Very nice and historic place. Place keeper was friendly and well-knowing. Cafe was small and biriliant.

  • An excellent museum with helpful staff

    We read about this museum in Tallinn in Your Pocket: the description sounded very interesting, so we took the bus trip to Viimsi. The exhibition is extensive, well-displayed with detailed texts in...

  • Interesting history of Estonia

    Museum covers quite well the history of Estonian wars. Of course, it is mostly concentrating to the First and Second World Wars. You can see the most used guns during the wars, videos how the wars...


Features and amenities
Newsletter