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Situated in old Town Hall Prison from 14.century. This museum traces the history of the art of photography in Tallinn through an extensive collection of antique cameras, photos and a recreated darkroom from the 1900s.
We visited because it was part of the Tallinn card. It’s an interesting little museum housed in the old jail—which is a great old building. Exhibits include cameras throughout the years, photographs and a contemporary photo exhibit. Well worth visiting.
Great Collection of cameras from all ages and a wonderful exhibition of how photography developed in Tallinn. The building itself is fascinating, with steep medieval staircases and lots of small cosy rooms - previously the town prison. A fun visit.
A very nice small museum about the foot history in Estonia. Also has random project exhibitions. At the moment for instance Tallinn City Dogs :) But for me this museum has also the other interesting point. As it used to be city prison in Middle-Adge,...More
This museum/gallery is quite interesting but will not necessarily win over people who are not already enthusiastic about photography. The building is very interesting as it used to be a prison, and so is quite evocative.
The setting here is quite special: an old prison near the Tallinn main square. Despite the massive amounts of tourists I was the only visitor at the time. Not all of the photographs are that spectacular. Most of them are mainly about the birth of...More
In my opinion this museum is interesting but doesn't offer a awful lot. There is a display of a few pictures on the ground floor and cabinets upstairs with some cameras in, but they all have numbers so you will need the guide sheet to...More
This museum is quite small, but it's okay to spend half an hour here looking around at old pictures and old cameras. You only pay 2 euro's to get in so you can't really go wrong. The building the museum is located is quite interesting...More