Estonian Open Air Museum handicraft store

The store at the Open Air Museum always sells genuine and thematic goods. It is home to a network of handicraft specialists, some of whose work is only available here. 

For sale at the store are: linen textiles, wool knits and rugs, lace tablecloths, stylish and practical crockery, eco-treats, herbal teas and honey, some stronger drinks, folk and ethnic music, publications of the Estonian Open Air Museum, handicraft books, souvenirs, ethnic dolls, handicraft goods, handicraft (belts, bags, stockings and socks, jewelry and much more), sauna goods, textiles with ethnic patterns and much more!

Features and amenities


Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, Haabersti linnaosa, Tallinn

Getting there

Cars: free parking.
Public transport: Buses #21 and #21B leave from the Balti jaam railway station and stop in front of the main gate. If you catch bus #22 or trolleybuses #6 and #7 from the city centre, get off at the Zoo stop. From there it is a ca 15-minute walk along the coast road to the museum.
City Tour – The blue line leaves in front of the old fire station on Viru Square and stops at the main gate.


  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car

Stops nearby

Bus: Rocca al Mare
Trolleybus: Zoo


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