What's inside - exhibitions
With 6000 m2 of exhibition space, the ENM is the largest museum in Estonia. Echo of the Urals, named Best Permanent Exhibition in Estonia 2016, introduces the culture of Estonians and the other Finno-Ugric peoples of Northern Eurasia. Encounters details the daily lives of Estonians, from the Ice Age to today. The museum is also home to a collection of 150 Estonian folk costumes and hosts rotating art shows. Audiovisual elements bring the exhibits to life with song and movement, while electronic information placards change languages with the touch of a keycard. This medley of history, design, art, technology and entertainment creates an engaging place for children and adults alike.