Museum of Estonian Architecture
This museum, housed in the historical Rotermann Salt Storage building, showcases 20th century and contemporary Estonian architecture, spanning the 1920's, Soviet period, and into the future. "SPACE IN MOTION: A Century of Estonian Architecture" is a permanent collection detailing how social and political processes shaped local spaces. In spring 2017, learn about the industrial history of Tallinn's Kopli peninsula, and in autumn catch the Tallinn Architecture Biennial centring around the theme "biology and the city". In the end of 2017, celebrate the architecture of Estonia's neighbour to the north - Finland - on their 100th anniversary of independence.
Museum of Occupations
The Museum of Occupations brings to life harrowing stories from not so distant history. From March 8th through the end of April, check out "#NaistEST" about women's rights in Estonia, France and the Nordic countries. In May, hear the tales of refugees who fled Estonia in 1944 via boat in the project, "In The Trails Of The Boat Refugees". Watch as twelve young people recreate the sea journey from the west coast of Latvia to the Gotland islands of Sweden. In the exhibition "Through Miranda's Eyes – the Roma Holocaust. Who's afraid of the White Man?" hear riveting tales from the European Roma holocaust. Note that from September 2017, the museum will temporarily close for renovations before reopening in 2018.