The museum is located at the historical Ülenurme Manor in Tartu County. It introduces the development of the Estonian agriculture and rural life.
In addition to exhibitions, museum visitors can participate in classes, try blacksmithing and woodwork, restoration, baking rye bread, and much more. There are living animals at the museum (horses, sheep, goats, rabbits, chickens, and quails) and we offer horse and pony rides.
The museum is also known as the location for a number of family-friendly events and competitions for traditional thoroughbreds.
Both private individuals and companies can rent the museum's rooms for events. Groups can pre-order the catering of the Estonian national cuisine.
This is a place with unrealised potential in a country with lot of agricultural tradition. Few animals, very few workshops but interesting self-made tractors etc.
Not a lot of signs in English, but in the main exhibition hall a comprehensive audio guide is available. Flax production was interesting.
Really interesting museum for kids and families. There are so many possibilities to enjoy the exhibitions and take part of different workshops.