Estonian Jewish Museum 

The Estonian Jewish Museum is dedicated to the history of Estonian Jews from the 19th century to present days and shows their contribution to Estonian life. The Museum was opened on the 17th of December, 2008 and includes a permanent exhibition, library with reading room, digitalized archive on the Museum’s webpage and large archive containing a variety of original documents, photo and audio materials. 

The Museum is located on the 3rd floor of the Estonian Jewish Community Center 

The creation of the Estonian Jewish Museum was spearheaded by Mr. Mark Rybak (1945-2018). For such important and significant contribution to the history of Estonian Jewry he was awarded with the Order of the White Star by the President of Estonia Mr. Toomas Hendrik Ilves in 2010. 

The Estonian Jewish Museum website  

The webpage in Facebook  

Museum Working Hours 

Monday – Thursday: 11.00- 17.00, Sunday: 11.00- 15.00 

Museum is closed on Friday and Saturday, state holidays of Estonia and Jewish holidays. 

Excursions or visits outside office hours by previous appointment. 

Dear visitor! This is a private museum. We will appreciate your donation for visiting. For kids, schoolchildren, students and retired the entrance is free. Audio guides in English are available free of charge. Guide services and group visiting at the museum by appointment. 

Additional information: Gennadi Gramberg, mail address: museum@jewish.eephone: +372 56262251