The year is 1944. Compared to the time travel of 1939, a lot has changed in Estonia and its capital in the past five years.

The third year of Nazi German occupation continues in Estonia. From the saviors of the great war that began with the invasion of Poland in September 1939, then Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, who celebrated a great friendship during the division of Eastern Europe, have become mortal enemies.

Come and learn about the fateful events of March 9 and 10, 1944 for Harju Street.

The past comes alive spatially, colourfully, and where the buildings once stood. Virtual time travel interacts with your different senses, and you will never see the world as you did before.

One street, two journeys, three eras!





> May – September Tues. to Sun. from 11 am to 6 pm / October – April Wed.-Sun. 11-18
> CLOSED on national holidays: January 1, February 24, June 24, August 20, December 24.-26.
> Please make sure that you arrive 5 min in advance.
> VR tours start at full hours. Last VR tour 1 hr before closure.
> Duration of the VR tour: ~30 min



Full ticket 15 €
Discount ticket (children (7-18), pensioners) 12
Family ticket (at least 1 grown-up and 1 child) 12 € per person
Group ticket (from 10 persons) 13 € per person
Educational programs  12€ per student



Starting point is in the underground passage of Vabaduse väljak.
> VR tours take place outdoors.
> Our attraction is accessible to visitors in wheelchairs.
> Audio guide in Estonian, Finnish, English, Latvian, Lithuanian, German, Russian, Italian and Spanish.
> VR may cause cyber sickness.
> Sobilik lastele vanusest 7+ aastat.
> Glasses with a width of the upper frame up to 13.5 cm fit into the VR glasses.


Vabaduse väljak 9, Tallinn
Google Maps: VR Tallinn 1939/44

Time Portal "VR Tallinn 1939/44" — II part


Full ticket
Children (7-18)
Family ticket (number of visitors)
Teacher (valid with a school group visit)
Educational program (number of students)