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History Museum
“This massive, 38m-high cannon tower houses an extensive museum of the town's fortifications, weapons and medieval-era life.”
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Museum
“The most exciting maritime museum in Europe is located in the Seaplane Harbour! About 200 authentic items are on display at the historical seaplane hangar: a submarine called Lembit, a century-old icebreaker Suur Tõll, a seaplane called Short 184, remains of the oldest ship found in Estonia, and much more. There is also cafe MARU and a museum shop. Globe-trotting in a submarine, having your picture taken in a navy uniform, an aquarium, simulators, throwing paper airplanes, a children's corner with drawing tools, building blocks, an authentic sailboat, and an outdoor playground – programmes and materials meant for independent visits are playful and broaden the horizon of children and adults alike.”
  • 11 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
Church
“Exquisite altarpieces, medieval burial slabs and other works of religious art can be seen in this 1230-era church-turned-museum. Saints, dancing skeletons and silver – not to mention the occasional organ concert – are the main attractions here. Founded by German merchant/settlers from the island of Gotland, the sturdy church was designed to double as a fortress in the days before the town wall was built. The building survived the Reformation looting of 1523, but wasn't so lucky in the 20th century when it was destroyed by World War II bombs.”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“ The Story of Our Freedom We educate and involve the people of Estonia and its visitors and encourage everyone to think about the recent past, to sense the fragility of freedom, and to stand for freedom and justice. ”
  • 9 lokale anbefaler
Art Museum
“Design exhibitions of both local and worldknown artists. Closed on mondays and tuesdays, open till 6 pm all the other days of the week.”
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Museum
“Learn all about the human body in this interactive and family-friendly exhibit.”
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Museum
“Films and hands-on displays at this extensive museum show how Estonian-dwellers lived, fought and survived through 11,000 years. The museum covers Estonia's history from prehistoric times’ right up to the end of the 20th century. It makes its home in the 15th century Great Guild Hall, itself a spectacular relic of Tallinn's past. It is no surprise that this hulking, gabled hall with its gigantic porch and lion’s head door knockers belonged to the Great Guild. Members of the guild, who had to be married German merchants, controlled the Town Council. In the cellar rooms, an exhibit called 'Power of the Elite' showcases the history of the building. Among the other displays are 'Making a Fast Buck' in the coin chamber, which focuses on the sundry ways of payment seen in Estonia throughout history. The weapons chamber presents wars and arms through the ages, with a simulator mimicking the sounds of each weapon displayed. The museum co-operates with a tactical shooting centre which offers an actual shooting experience with historical guns. With a museum ticket, visitors can ask for 5% discount on the range's 'History' package. See www.tacticalshooting.ee. In Börsi käik, the narrow passageway that runs alongside the building, a 'Road of History' exhibit highlights the most important events of Estonia's past. Children can look for the museum’s very own dragon, displayed for centuries on the building’s pillar. The museum’s courtyard presents several things that are ideal for little visitors. ”
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Museum
“The permanent exhibition provides an overlook of Tallinn’s history through centuries. In 2003 the Tallinn City Museum was nominated for European Museum of the Year Award.”
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Museum
“These haunting underground prison cells offer a glimpse into the Soviet-era prison system.”
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Museum
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