KGB Museum, Tallinn
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Housed in a hotel that was once a hot spot for foreign visitors, KGB Museum presents a stark reminder of the secret police network that operated in the Soviet Union. Owned and operated by foreigners, the Hotel Viru became a target of KGB monitoring. Take a guided tour (offered several times daily in English) to see the KGB's secret operating room, which has been more or less untouched since the Soviet collapse in 1991. You'll see the workstations operatives used to spy on the hotel's guests, which connected to an extensive system of electronics wired into the building. This museum is accessible only by organized tour. Reservations are required; be sure to call in advance to arrange your visit. Before you head to Tallinn, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Tallinn family vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Tallinn has to offer, including KGB Museum.
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We thoroughly enjoy our guided and educational tour of this hidden museum located within this hotel. Our guide sorry but his name escapes us but we both thought was a bit of a ringer for Liverpool man... read more »
interessantissimo e pieno di aneddoti divertenti! dura poco ed è vicino al centro storico. bisogna prenotare la visita, ma si trova posto facilmente anche con poche ore di preavviso.very interesting and full of amusing anecdotes! does not last long and is close to the old town. you have to book in advance, but is also easily place with only a few hours notice.show original
A very interesting look at life in a hotel patronised by western tourists. Our guide sorry I can't remember her name, was superb, expanding beyond life in the hotel to tell us about life in Estonia un... read more »
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