Museum of Occupations

The permanent exhibition and films at the Museum of Occupations introduce the occupation era, repressions, national resistance, and the Singing Revolution in Estonia between 1940–1991, when Estonia was occupied alternately by the Soviet Union, Germany, and again by the Soviet Union.

The permanent exhibition and films at the Museum of Occupations introduce the occupation era, repressions, national resistance, and the Singing Revolution in Estonia between 1940–1991, when Estonia was occupied alternately by the Sov

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  • Misses its mark

    Such an important period of Estonia's history, yet this place falls flat. There is nothing engaging, powerful...just shelves of some memorabilia. This was such a dark, horrifying part of history for...

  • Not as engaging as it should be

    The museum consists of artefacts from the period of the occupations but largely consists of four 28 minute videos that need to be viewed in sequence. Could be more engagingly presented.

  • The Story of Modern Day Estonia

    We spent two hours here, but probably could have spent at least double that. We opted for the audio guides, but I don't think that added much to what already was on offer for English speaking...


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