Peer into the past and witness the dark shadow hanging over Tallinn's recent history, with a visit to the notorious KGB Prison Cells. Housed in one of the city's most elaborate Art Nouveau buildings, this detention center was used by the KGB to interrogate and torture suspected enemies of the state. In this powerful museum experience, you'll hear t...
- * Admission to the KGB Prison Cells
- * Guided tour (available for an extra fee)
- * The KGB Prison Cells are only reachable by stairs * Photography for private use only * A cloakroom and lockers are available onsite * Strollers are allowed Free entrance: Children 0-8, disabled children 0-16 + 1 carer, severely disabled visitors over 16 + 1 carer, journalists with IFJ press card, every 5th visitor per group.
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