Having visited this museum, I'm still not entirely sure what the focus of it was. There's a bit of everything - a short film about the history of Estonia, and another one about its nature and geology; downstairs there's a guild themed exhibition relating to the history of the building, as well as a historical weapons room and a seemingly random collection of historical artefacts from around the world; then there's a money exhibition, a bit about the reformation and a (very) brief look at the Estonian character. A clearer timeline and narrative would've been nice.
I'm still not entirely sure if it was worth a visit or not. To be fair, the look of the museum was very modern and well curated, but I thought it would be a comprehensive look at the history of Estonia and its people - and I don't think it was that.
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