Come and get acquainted with the Estonian 18—20th century vernacular architecture and rural milieu in a beautiful forest park of 80 hectares on the coast of the Bay of Kopli.
The twelve exhibit farmyards offer a wonderful review of the old-time life of households of different wealth and subsistence. Just like in a proper village, here is a church (1699), an inn, a schoolhouse, several mills, a fire station and net sheds by the sea – altogether 72 buildings.
About Museum: The Estonian Open Air was founded in 1957 and opened to the visitors in 1964.
Old Estonian vernacular buildings together with exhibited commodities help to depict the daily life of peasants in the 18-20th centuries. The territory of the museum is divided into four parts of corresponding typical village types: Western Estonia, Northern Estonia, Southern Estonia and the islands. In each region farmyards of different wealth and age stand in the central position. There are twelve farmyards exhibited today. In order to create a true rural milieu, a church, an inn, a schoolhouse, several mills, a fire station and netsheds on the coast have also been transferred to the museum.
- Estonia Tallinn Audioguide Open Air Museum Tourguide website.
- www.evm.ee/keel/eng/ website.
- tourism.test.neti.ee/eng/fpage/explore/attractions/open_air website.
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