Visit Estonia

We invite you to discover Estonia! Here you can find a selection of attractions to visit while staying in Estonia.


Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom. To value freedom, it is important to learn about the past. The aim of the museum is to tell touching stories about Estonia’s recent history that make people think about the value and fragility of freedom.

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KGB Prison Cells

KGB Prison Cells is a permament exhibition that speaks primarily of the crimes against humanity that were committed in this house on Pagari Street.

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Patarei Prison

Patarei Prison is a old prison that now long time closed and turned into museum. The buildings are under heritage protection. The exhibition area “Communism is Prison” consists of the preserved prisoners’ walkways in the courtyard, the building for solitary cells, the cells of the main building, the washroom and corridors, the administrative rooms, including rooms for photographing and examining the prisoners and those for the prison staff, the execution chamber with an anteroom and other rooms.


The Art Museum of Estonia

The Art Museum of Estonia, founded in 1919, has by today grown into several museums: Kumu Art Museum, Kadriorg Art Museum, Mikkel Museum, Niguliste Museum and Adamson-Eric Museum. All five museums wait for BCT visitors.

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Tallinn TV Tower

The Tallinn TV Tower (Tallinna Teletorn) is a building constructed for broadcasting purposes. The Tallinn TV Tower is Estonia’s highest building – the tower reaches 314 metres. The purpose of the Tallinn TV Tower foundation is to offer quality tourism, cultural and recreational services at the TV Tower and marketing the TV Tower as an international sight and experience tourism destination. TV Tower has a special place in history for Estonian indipendence.

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The Estonian Maritime Museum

The Estonian Maritime Museum collects, preserves, studies, and introduces the history of Estonian maritime culture and affairs. Two esteemed permanent exhibitions of the museum are located in the historic Fat Margaret tower and the Seaplane Harbour. Fat Margaret’s interactive exhibition is suitable for the whole family and exhibited in the extensively renovated Great Coastal Gate complex. It tells the history of Estonian seafaring from the Middle Ages to modern times. The logical way to continue this is to take a 20-minute walk to the Seaplane Harbour, which hosts an extremely interactive and large-scale exhibit on the maritime technology of the twentieth century. Temporary exhibitions are also shown at the Seaplane Harbour, and a Marina is operating.

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