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Lucky Children

The entrance is somewhat concealed. It is a treasure trove of life size puppetry and animations... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2012
Robyn E
,
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
A tiny museum, almost like being in someone's house...

This Museum, on the other side of the Central Railway Station, doesn't take a lot of time to cover... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2011
homelands
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Portsmouth
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Reviewed 26 September 2012

The entrance is somewhat concealed. It is a treasure trove of life size puppetry and animations. Hands on sight and sound dioramas are popular with children and grown ups. There are a lot of surprises inside this multilevel catacomb.

Date of experience: August 2012
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Reviewed 19 September 2011

This Museum, on the other side of the Central Railway Station, doesn't take a lot of time to cover. The displays are brightly presented athough the" hundreds" of teddies, dolls etc mentioned in the guides is a slight exaggeration. Upstairs, there's a playroom. Unless you're mad on toys or have small children in tow, there's not a huge amount you keep you interested.
Much more absorbing is the food and flea market on the corner of Kopli, just beside Balti jaam.
Kiosks and stalls offer super fruit and veg, weatherbeaten, country folk sell their honey, herbs, posies and eggs. Alleyways of bric-a-brac (and reasonably-priced souvenirs), lethal-looking Soviet fags, second-hand clothes and shoes all cluster together beside an indoor market overflowing with meats, fish, cheeses, and breads. This is the grittier side of Tallinn not to be missed.

Date of experience: August 2011
Thank homelands
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Reviewed 15 September 2014
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Date of experience: September 2014
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.