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Estonian National Museum

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Estonian National Museum

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Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu 60532 Estonia
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10-Day Self-Driving Tour to Baltic States
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10-Day Self-Driving Tour to Baltic States

This 10-days tour combines culture and nature. You will visit all 3 Baltic States capitals and explore 3 National Parks. This tour balance stays at capitals to learn more about history, architecture, and overnights at small towns to have a better feeling of local traditions and lifestyle.
$885.28 per adult
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Tereza N wrote a review Sep 2020
13 contributions21 helpful votes
What a wonderful experience! Such a big variety of topics and different exhibits, in Estonian, English and Russian. Great for families, couples. Very polite and English speaking staff. Also the restaurant is great, there is not many choices on the menu but both meals we ordered were delicious, again the staff was great. In general it was very nice experience, definitely worth visiting!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Martins K wrote a review Aug 2020
Riga, Latvia60 contributions17 helpful votes
We initially dismissed the idea of going there, as usually this kind of museums are boring for kids. When reading more and checking out the place we were stunned, first by the amazing building and park around it, then by exibition. All very interactive, both great for kids and adults.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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PBTravelstheWorld wrote a review Aug 2020
Woodinville, Washington396 contributions127 helpful votes
What a fabulous new museum! With the great use of technology almost every display is available in a variety of languages! I spent the whole day here and could have stayed longer, there was just so much brought together under one roof. I had lunch in the restaurant and the food was both very good quality and well presented. The costume collection was amazing and very creatively and sympathetically displayed. Normally I am not a fan of technology in museums, but this museum all worked from light tables with photos to tablets that offered details in multiple languages! This is a must in Estonia!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Dalia wrote a review Aug 2020
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We have visited the museum with children in age 7, 12 and 15. It is very new and modern and worth to see if you have more time in Tartu. But information is really chaotic, we have easily lost here and when our smaller boys began to play hiding and seeking here we had to leave. So it was really interesting, but if you go alone and maybe with a guide.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Domile wrote a review Jun 2020
Vilnius, Lithuania4 contributions1 helpful vote
In a pleasant surrounding of great contemporary architecture you can explore truly interactive expositions and well arranged spaces, all made with care for detail and quality. Great experience design, well thought through journey for the visitor. I had pleasure exploring and not once felt bored during the 4 hour tour. Additional temporary exhibition about folk fairytales was amazingly designed to the smallest detail like handmade headphone embroidery sculptures and the space was filled with stage-design-like objects that were truly beautiful, such as large mushrooms to sit under or the ceiling of hell made of real tree roots. Worth visiting! Plan 3-5 hours, possible to have a salad lunch and coffee.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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