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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  • Worthwhile

    Really glad my husband and I visited. Found it interesting if a little lacking in personal stories and exhibits'. Most information is discovered from watching videos of various periods of occupation...

  • Very small collection

    The basic collection is a very small one, and it is presented in an old fashioned way. If you are lucky, you may get a glimpse of a special exhibition. Otherwise, a place not to wait for as the best...

  • Disappointing

    Expensive, small, noisy and just a lot of things exhibited in some glass cases. Hard to find a red line, and very few stories about the destinies of the people from this period. Seems a bit...


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