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Estonia boasts an unusual amount of space per capita. Over a half of our country is covered with pristine nature: trees swaying overhead, bogs fading into the mist, erratic boulders sticking out of the sea along the coastline. Such wealth of intact...more
This museum is pretty small, but it was great learning some fun facts about the country and that area. If you don't speak the language, you can go to the website and it'll give you an audio tour in your language.
A small museum about animals in and around Estonia. The virtual reality movie was really good!!!
Only we do not speak the language so much of the information that the museum offers was useless to us. Still nice tot see everything.
The museum has changing...More
They have a pretty Cool virtual reality exhibit on the Baltic Sea🐠, which only costs like €2 more (tickets are €5 Or €3 If you're a student) the museum isn't big but it's quite interesting. Bring your phone and earphones cause otherwise there's no information...More
Good museum, but the Virtual Reality tour of how the sea of Estonia has changed over time was absolutely the best. If you don't understand russian or estonian some of the value of the museum will be lost to you. It cheap though and still...More
One can find a couple of museums in this street of Lai. this museum covers wild and forest life of Estonia from the past. its informative about marine and aquatic life. the exhibitions are great. animal lovwrs will definitely enjoy this.
but one disadvantage is...More
I visited with my teenage sister and my mother and all 3 of us were really impressed. The museum was easy to find with map, tickets weren't expensive and the exhibitions were well made, I mean the best what I have saw by this far....More
The museum is located in the heart of the old town of Tallinn and might be visited also with small children. But, museum has three floors in a midieval house so please prepared for a quite sharp steps. This museum gives overall overview of the...More