Attractions & museums
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    Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom

    We tell the story of Estonia and Estonians through personal memories and the moving stories of grandmothers and grandfathers. On your journey through the museum, you will be accompanied by an e-guide in either Estonian, Russian, English, Finnish, German, French, or Spanish, which will lead you on an inclusive and reflective journey along the trails of the recent past. The e-guide is included in the ticket price. In addition, Vabamu has an engaging family level specifically designed for children with a smart family e-guide. The exhibition is accessible to people with hearing, visual, and mobility impairments.

    Free with Tallinn Card!

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    TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

    TripAdvisor logo tripadvisor rating 4.0 of 5

    based on 699 reviews

    • Very powerful

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      May 6, 2024 By 54brittav

      A very powerful experience, I am Estonian and understandably, the older people in my family do not really share much about this time of their lives. This museum was an emotional experience but very... Read more comments

    • A must see - learn the history of Estonia

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      May 4, 2024 By Chianti_girl24

      This was an extremely well done museum. The level of interaction, story telling and easy navigation made this one of my favorite museums I’ve ever visited. Listen to the stories, all of them and... Read more comments

    • A well-considered and interactive museum

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      April 28, 2024 By finnlagun

      This museum was completely empty when I visited on a Sunday afternoon. Of this I was thankful indeed, for there is nothing worse than jostling with uncouth tourists and their rambunctious offspring... Read more comments