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

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 459 reviews | Write a review
  • Shame it was disappointing

    Some great stories badly told. Estonia has much to tell about occupation, most notably by Russia and Nazi Germany. But you will struggle to make sense of it here. Its very small and most of the...

  • Vaguely interesting

    A small collection of items on one floor detailing the Russian and German occupations, with women's lib items in the basement. Might be worth a visit if it is raining but otherwise not much to see

  • Small but interesting!

    This museum I had looked forward to visit, as the books on Tallinn mentions it. Therefore when we easilly found it at one of the ends of Old Tallinn. We thought we would have a grand experience...


Features and amenities
Share your photos by using #visitestonia