War Museums in Estonia

The Museum of the Estonian Struggle for Liberty

Location Muuseumi tee 6, Lagedi, Rae rural municipality, Harju County
59°23′20.51″, 24°56′26.85″
Opening hours upon prior notice every day 9:00–19:00
Admission 6 EUR, children 3 EUR
Guided tours 15 EUR/hour in Estonian, 20 EUR/hour in Finnish, 20 EUR/hour in Russian
tel +372 56 913 933
e-mail info@vabadusvoitlus.ee
www www.vabadusvoitlus.ee
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Additional services an extraordinary opportunity in Estonia: experience a ride in a T-34 tank with a professional crew – price depends on the number of people;
we also offer various catering solutions and our premises can be rented for seminars, receptions and other events
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At the museum of the Estonian Struggle for Liberty, you can see items and materials related to 20th century military history as well as the land and sea battles fought over Estonia from the War of Independence to the Cold War period. The museum’s exhibition includes military vehicles and equipment, weaponry, uniforms, decorations of honour and many other exiting exhibits.
Our collection of handguns is one of the largest in Estonia and includes weapons from 26 countries. We have an impressive exhibition of heavy equipment: tanks, armoured cars and personnel carriers, as well as artillery of various calibres intended for hitting targets both in the air and on land.
The museum is located in Külma Park at Lagedi. Before World War II, the plot belonged to President Konstanti Päts’s brother Voldemar Päts.