Forbidden books destroyed by hatchet, steam-powered 'mind-reader' machines, political paranoia, and secret handwritten notes were all part of daily life in Soviet-controlled Estonia. Discover this bizarre and dark period of history with a ticket to Tallinn's Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom. Learn about the crimes against humanity, hear the...
- * Admission to the museum
- * E-tour guide (available in English, Estonian, Finnish, Russian, German, French or Spanish)
- * Free WiFi
- * Guided tour (available for an extra fee)
- * Cloakroom and deposit boxes available * Photography allowed for private use only Free entry: kids (0-8), disabled kids (0-16) + carers, severely disabled visitors (16+) + carers, ICOM Card & Tallinn Card holders, journalists (with IFJ press card), every 10th visitor per group. * Wheelchair and baby stroller available to borrow from the cashier * Free parking available
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