Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom welcomes all the Estonians living abroad who are visiting their homeland this summer to the new permanent exhibition ‘Freedom Without Borders’.
For this occasion, Vabamu offers tours about Estonians in exile, talking about their lives across the border. The exhibition speaks of the path from occupations to freedom and consists of five parts: crimes against humanity, Estonians in the free world, life in Soviet Estonia, the restoration of independence, and freedom. Exile highlights the history of Estonians abroad by telling the story of Estonians fleeing the foreign powers. The main exhibits are the boat that was used while fleeing to Sweden in the Autumn of 1944 and the original film shown in public for the first time that recorded the journey of motor sailboat Triina.
Registration to the tours is opened HERE until 30th of June.