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Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom

Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom - Tallinn, Estonia

Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Location: Tallinn, Estonia

From USD
$12.28

Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom - this is the home for personal narratives about crimes against humanity. Stories like these help us better appreciate justice and freedom ... More info ›

Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom - this is the home for personal narratives about crimes against humanity. Stories like these help us better appreciate justice and freedom.

The Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom is a place that recounts the story of the Estonian people from occupation to independence and inspires people to maintain and stand up for their freedom. We educate, engage, and encourage Estonian people and visitors to reflect on recent history, feel the fragile nature of freedom, and stand up for liberty and justice.

To value freedom, it is important to learn about the past. The aim of the museum is to tell touching stories about Estonia’s recent history that make people think about the value and fragility of freedom.

Visit: Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom, Toompea 8, Tallinn 10142 Estonia

The exhibition ‘Freedom Without Borders’, which speaks of occupation, resistance, freedom, and recovery consists of five parts: crimes against humanity, Estonians in the free world, life in Soviet Estonia, the restoration of independence, and freedom.

Inhumanity looks back at the moments in our recent history when a general lack of humanity stifled the people living here.

The items and visuals in  Exile tell the story of Estonians across borders, in exile.

The section of the exhibition focusing on  Soviet Estonia is divided into two parts. First, we consider the introduction of the Soviet regime and individuals faced with ideological choices. The second major theme addresses the cultural peculiarities and characteristics of everyday life in the Soviet Union. 

The floor housing  Recovery focuses on the period of the Singing Revolution and the restoration of independence spanning from the Phosphorite War of 1987 to Estonia’s accession to the European Union in 2004. The exhibition centres around eight people who are not mentioned in the annals of history.

The portion on  Freedom examines freedom as a state of tension, in which balance must be struck somewhere between freedoms and responsibilities.

The creation of the new permanent exhibition involved both in-house and outside specialists. The curator of the theme on crimes against humanity is Sander Jürisson, Head of Museum Exhibitions. Escape from the Second World War and the life of Estonians in exile is unveiled by the University of Tallinn doctoral student and junior researcher Maarja Merivoo-Parro. The curator of the Soviet life portion of the exhibition is Tallinn University lecturer Uku Lember, PhD. The section on the restoration of independence was prepared by Oxford University postdoctoral researcher Aro Velmet, PhD. The subject matter for the section focusing on freedom was co-created by communications expert Daniel Vaarik and artist Kaido Ole.  The musical interior of the courtyard was created by the musician Taavi Tulev. 

An e-tour guide leads the journey

En route through the museum, the visitor is accompanied by an e-tour guide specially designed for our permanent exhibition, which guides the visitor on a gripping and contemplative journey through the paths of recent history.

We offer e-tour guides in seven languages (Estonian, Russian, English, Finnish, German, French, Spanish).

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Water Park Entrance Ticket

Water Park Entrance Ticket - Tartu, Estonia

Duration: 1 to 8 minutes
Location: Tartu, Estonia

From USD
$10.05

There is no time limit for visiting with a single ticket. The visiting time for groups and birthday bookings is 3 hours (with entry and exit).
Ticket sales will be closed 30 minutes before the closing of the house ... More info ›

There is no time limit for visiting with a single ticket. The visiting time for groups and birthday bookings is 3 hours (with entry and exit).
Ticket sales will be closed 30 minutes before the closing of the house. We kindly ask to leave the house by the time of closing the latest.
Water park attractions will be closed 15 minutes before closing the house. We kindly ask to return the wristband upon leaving.

Visit: The Aura Centre, Turu 10, Tartu 51014 Estonia

Water slides (55 and 38 metres long) are the main attractions of the water park. You can practice your basketball skills or put yourself to the test under the streams of the water cannon. You can also find the following attractions there: water curtains that hide the caves with seats and water massage facilities; a fountain, a waterfall, jaccuzis and the possibility to swim against the stream. The youngest visitors can have fun on the small slides, splash in the children’s pool and play with water toys. The water park includes a sauna, café, cloakroom with lockers and in the summer there is opened the sun terrace.

Visitors of the water park can also use the swimming complex.

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Open Air Museum Ticket with Guided Tour

Open Air Museum Ticket with Guided Tour - Tallinn, Estonia

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tallinn, Estonia

From USD
$72.59

The oldest exhibit building is the Sutlepa chapel from Noarootsi parish (1699).

The first object transferred to the museum in 1958 was a cattle-shed from Määra village, Risti parish, Western Estonia. Today it is used as a summer kitchen at Sassi-Jaani farm.

Visit: Estonian Open Air Museum, Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, 13521 Tallinn, Estonia

The valuable collection of Estonian vernacular architecture consists of nearly 80 buildings from the past two hundred years.

As located on Estonian landscape, the farms of the museum are arranged according to old village types: farms from Western and Northern Estonia are sited in a row like in a chain village; farms from the islands stand close together around the village green of a cluster village; farms from Southern Estonia spread out here and there in a dispersed type of village ... More info ›

The oldest exhibit building is the Sutlepa chapel from Noarootsi parish (1699).

The first object transferred to the museum in 1958 was a cattle-shed from Määra village, Risti parish, Western Estonia. Today it is used as a summer kitchen at Sassi-Jaani farm.

Visit: Estonian Open Air Museum, Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, 13521 Tallinn, Estonia

The valuable collection of Estonian vernacular architecture consists of nearly 80 buildings from the past two hundred years.

As located on Estonian landscape, the farms of the museum are arranged according to old village types: farms from Western and Northern Estonia are sited in a row like in a chain village; farms from the islands stand close together around the village green of a cluster village; farms from Southern Estonia spread out here and there in a dispersed type of village. The Setu farm and Russian Old Believer’s house from the Lake Peipus stand side by side by the village lane as typical to the Russian-style street-type villages

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Tallinn TV Tower Entrance

Tallinn TV Tower Entrance - Tallinn, Estonia
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Duration: 1 hour
Location: Tallinn, Estonia

From USD
$18.99

An unforgettable view

From here, 175 metres up, the spires of old Tallinn and the shimmering Baltic Sea spread out before you. In good weather, you can even glimpse the lights of the Finnish capital Helsinki.

It’s a view you have to see at least once in your life!

Visit: Tallinn TV Tower, Kloostrimetsa tee 58a, 11913 Tallinn, Estonia

The TV Tower has Northern Europe’s highest open viewing platform – an experience that can’t be missed!

An unforgettable view

From here, 175 metres up, the spires of old Tallinn and the shimmering Baltic Sea spread out before you. In good weather, you can even glimpse the lights of the Finnish capital Helsinki.

It’s a view you have to see at least once in your life!

Visit: Tallinn TV Tower, Kloostrimetsa tee 58a, 11913 Tallinn, Estonia

The TV Tower has Northern Europe’s highest open viewing platform – an experience that can’t be missed!

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KUMU- Art Museum of Estonia

KUMU- Art Museum of Estonia - Tallinn, Estonia

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Tallinn, Estonia

From USD
$12.28

The construction of Kumu stretched on for a long period and, during this time, the concept of the museum also changed: the building that had initially been planned as a national gallery became a museum that functions on two levels: collections of Estonian art starting from the early 18th century are displayed on the third and fourth floors, and a modern art gallery is on the fifth floor. Art pre-dating World War II is exhibited on the third floor; the fourth floor houses an exhibition of works from the period of Soviet occupation ... More info ›

The construction of Kumu stretched on for a long period and, during this time, the concept of the museum also changed: the building that had initially been planned as a national gallery became a museum that functions on two levels: collections of Estonian art starting from the early 18th century are displayed on the third and fourth floors, and a modern art gallery is on the fifth floor. Art pre-dating World War II is exhibited on the third floor; the fourth floor houses an exhibition of works from the period of Soviet occupation. On Kumu’s fifth floor, there are exhibitions of contemporary art from Estonia and abroad. The contemporary art gallery is not just an exhibition venue but also an idea laboratory – a place where creativity has the freedom to experiment.

Visit: Kumu Art Museum, A. Weizenbergi 34 Valge 1, Tallinn 10127 Estonia

Kumu is the headquarters of the Art Museum of Estonia, as well as the largest and most impressive exhibition venue in Estonia. The museum opened on 17 February 2006. In 2008 Kumu received the European Museum of the Year Award

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Estonian Open Air Museum Ticket

Estonian Open Air Museum Ticket - Tallinn, Estonia

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tallinn, Estonia

From USD
$12.28

The oldest exhibit building is the Sutlepa chapel from Noarootsi parish (1699).
The first object transferred to the museum in 1958 was a cattle-shed from Määra village, Risti parish, Western Estonia. Today it is used as a summer kitchen at Sassi-Jaani farm.

Visit: Estonian Open Air Museum, Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, 13521 Tallinn, Estonia

The valuable collection of Estonian vernacular architecture consists of nearly 80 buildings from the past two hundred years.
As located on Estonian landscape, the farms of the museum are arranged according to old village types: farms from Western and Northern Estonia are sited in a row like in a chain village; farms from the islands stand close together around the village green of a cluster village; farms from Southern Estonia spread out here and there in a dispersed type of village ... More info ›

The oldest exhibit building is the Sutlepa chapel from Noarootsi parish (1699).
The first object transferred to the museum in 1958 was a cattle-shed from Määra village, Risti parish, Western Estonia. Today it is used as a summer kitchen at Sassi-Jaani farm.

Visit: Estonian Open Air Museum, Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, 13521 Tallinn, Estonia

The valuable collection of Estonian vernacular architecture consists of nearly 80 buildings from the past two hundred years.
As located on Estonian landscape, the farms of the museum are arranged according to old village types: farms from Western and Northern Estonia are sited in a row like in a chain village; farms from the islands stand close together around the village green of a cluster village; farms from Southern Estonia spread out here and there in a dispersed type of village. The Setu farm and Russian Old Believer’s house from the Lake Peipus stand side by side by the village lane as typical to the Russian-style street-type villages

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