Although we have been to Tallinn many times before to visit our son, we had not visited
Maarjamae Palace Estonian History Museum (Maarjamae Loss). We did not have a car, but getting there was easy on a local bus that stopped very close to the museum.
The displays are excellent and give a detailed and realistic history of Estonia's road to independence. Walking through the rooms of "historic eras' was a fascinating way to experience the changing events and attitudes.
Unfortunately we did not leave ourselves sufficient time to read all the material, but we will return again when we visit next year.
As part of our entrance fee, we were given a small book titled " A will to be free" - 90 years of the Republic of Estonia. An excellent publication with a detailed history that will provide us with great background for our next visit.
Glenis and Don Heath
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