Museum on a Runway

Tartu, Estonia. 

A random use of a former Soviet airfield but supposedly the museum is worth a visit. We’ll make it in next time.

Behind it something more random: an upside down house. 



  1. Wow you just can not leave us with just a photo of the upside down house. My curiosity is peaked.

    1. Sorry, I don’t know more about it 😁. We just spotted it, tried to ask the people on the museum grounds about it and heard it’s some local guys own idea. Apparently it will be opened for visits at some point. Everything in it is upside down too so would be fun but for the time being it is closed. Couldn’t find anything online either, maybe because I don’t know what to search for.

      How about a deal? Anyone who finds out more posts it here to share the info with us?

      1. Nice challenge

  2. Wow! I have so many questions about that house 😀

    1. I probably have the same ones😁.

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