If you want to get to the heart of a place, then where better to start than a museum? Estonia is definitely a country with its fair share. Variety is the spice of life here, as exhibits shift from Estonian Farm Children’s Toys at the Toy Museum in Tartu, to seaplanes and icebreakers at the Seaplane Harbour Museum in Tallinn. Every museum has a story to tell from Estonia’s past, so you can’t help but open your eyes and ears to them. To bring what you’ve seen alive, capital city Tallinn is the place to be, and the main attraction for tourists. Residents here promise visitors a mix of fine art and recreation, elegant parks, and the ever popular old town. Unesco protected, the gabled houses and cobbled streets are the perfect place to soak up some heritage, before you tuck into Estonian Pork, Barley Bread, or Grandmother’s Cake.