More than 700 years old, Hermann Castle in Narva has been ruled over by Danes, Germans, Swedes and Russians through the centuries, but now finally belongs to Estonians. It obtained its current appearance during the time of the Livonian Order from the 14th-16th centuries. Badly damaged in the Second World War, the castle was significantly restored in the 1970 and 1980s before opening as a museum. In June 2020, the full reconstruction of Narva Castle was completed within the framework of the 'Opening of the Border Castle Discovery Centre’ project, and the east wing of the castle, to which visitors previously did not have access, can now also be visited. Summer 2020 saw the opening of a new permanent exhibition in the castle, focusing on its history from the arrival of the first Danes on the banks of the Narva River up to the present day.