KGB Cells In the Dark
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On April 28th, at 5 PM one can come and experience the KGB Cells in the dark. Come see an authentic cellar, where the dreaded KGB operated it’s prison not long ago. The only source of light will be provided … Loe rohkem

KGB Cells Museum to be closed during Easter
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KGB Cells museum will be closed on Friday, April 19th. On Saturday, April 20th the museum will be open during regular hours of 11AM–17PM.

Opening times during Independence Day
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On February 23rd and February 24th there are following changes to the opening times: Tartu City Museum is open on February 23rd from 11 AM until 6 PM. Tartu City Museum is closed on Sunday, February 24th. Song Festival Museum … Loe rohkem

KGB Cells Museum To Be Closed During Christmas
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KGB Cells Museum is closed during Christmas festivities on December 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st and on January 1st. Happy Christmas!

KGB Cells Museum to be closed on December 6th, 7th and 8th
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Dear guests and friends of the museum! KGB Cells Museum will be temporarily closed on December 6th, 7th and 8th due to reconstruction works. We are looking forward to seeing You again on Tuesday, December 11th.

Museum Visitation Free of Charge on Oct 31st
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Tartu City Museum and it’s branches are celebrating their 63rd birthday. On this occasion, the entry to the museum is free of charge on October 31st.

Photo Exhibition: Enn Tarto 80. Imprisoned and Exonerated
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Beginning with October 17th, a new photo exhibition is opened in KGB Cells Museum: Enn Tarto 80. Imprisoned and Exonerated. For Enn Tarto, the year 2018 hold significance in several ways. This is the year he celebrates his 80th birthday … Loe rohkem

KGB Cells in the Dark
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On the 27th of September at 19.00 come see an authentic cellar, where not long ago the dreaded KGB operated it’s prison. The only source of light will be provided by flashlights. The tour will be entirely in English and … Loe rohkem

Tartu City Museum’s New Director is Sirje Karis
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Beginning with September 3rd, Sirje Karis, the former director of Estonian History Museum, has set about being the new director of Tartu City Museum. Karis was chosen to fill the position by way of public competition. According to Sirje Karis, … Loe rohkem

Today marks the 79th anniversary of the signing of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact. Today we remember the victims of Stalinism and Nazism.
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The KGB Cells Museum was once a home for both the Soviet and Nazi-German state security police. For hundreds of people, a long road of suffering began from there. Today we honor those people.

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