The Mikkel Museum is a curious addition to the Tallinn museum scene. Located in the Kadriorg park area with a bunch of other museums, Mikkel showcases the personal collection of one Estonian man who would not bow to Soviet sameness, but filled his apartment with (what he thought were) priceless artifacts from all over the world.
Now, to be honest, his enthusiasm was greater than his knowledge on these matters, and while he did accumulate a good many genuine pieces, he also found a lot of reproductions and outright fakes. Still, this museum stands as a testament to one man's search for beauty, which should be applauded in itself.
Compared to the other museums at the park, this is still more of a curiosity though, one that I visited thanks to it being included in the Tallinn card, which I definitely recommend!