Tallinn City Museum is located in the heart of the medieval part of the city, on the street Vienna, 17. A high gable roof and lancet portal, developed in the mid15th century, are very typical for Tallinn. This medieval house belonged to Tallinn’s wealthy merchants for centuries. The house became the City Museum in the 1963 – 1965 years. The modern appearance of the building of the Municipal Museum has received in the course of repair work in 1997 – 2000. Museum exhibition covers the period of many centuries – from ancient times to the restoration of Estonian independence in 1991.