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GREAT GUILD HALL

Pikk 17, Tallinn

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Maarjamäe palace

Pirita tee 56, Tallinn

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Maarjamäe stables

Pirita tee 66, Tallinn

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EXHIBITIONS

  • WHOSE RELIGION IS CORRECT? 500 years since the Reformation

    The Estonian History Museum invites all to the Great Guild hall (Pikk 17, Tallinn) to an exhibition entitled “Whose religion is correct? 500 years since the Reformation”. This year marks 500 years since the start of the Reformation. Mar

  • 100 Objects from Finland

    The exhibition shows Finland and the Finnish way of life through mundane, novel and humorous objects: a vase by Aalto from 1936, a Mobira Cityman 1987, a maternity package from 2017… “100 Object

  • SPIRIT OF SURVIVAL. 11,000 YEARS OF ESTONIAN HISTORY

      On 28 May 2011, the Estonian History Museum reopened the Great Guild Hall to visitors with a new permanent exhibition "Spirit of Survival –

  • THE FACE OF HISTORY

    Can history have a face? Who are the people behind the face? This was contemplated by ten different Estonian artists invited by the Estonian History Museum. In September 2011, an outdoor exhibition entitled The Face of History was opened in the courtyard of the Great G

EXHIBITIONS AT THE MAARJAMÄE STABLES

  • 100 Objects from Finland

    The exhibition shows Finland and the Finnish way of life through mundane, novel and humorous objects: a vase by Aalto from 1936, a Mobira Cityman 1987, a maternity package from 2017… “100 Object

EXHIBITIONS AT THE GREAT GUILD HALL

  • WHOSE RELIGION IS CORRECT? 500 years since the Reformation

    The Estonian History Museum invites all to the Great Guild hall (Pikk 17, Tallinn) to an exhibition entitled “Whose religion is correct? 500 years since the Reformation”. This year marks 500 years since the start of the Reformation. Mar

  • SPIRIT OF SURVIVAL. 11,000 YEARS OF ESTONIAN HISTORY

      On 28 May 2011, the Estonian History Museum reopened the Great Guild Hall to visitors with a new permanent exhibition "Spirit of Survival –

  • THE FACE OF HISTORY

    Can history have a face? Who are the people behind the face? This was contemplated by ten different Estonian artists invited by the Estonian History Museum. In September 2011, an outdoor exhibition entitled The Face of History was opened in the courtyard of the Great G

EXHIBITIONS AT THE MAARJAMÄE PALACE