Harju County Museum is in the former main building of Keila Manor. Its permanent exhibition on the life of Harju County takes you back through time into the midst of people's lives from centuries past. An exhibition on the treasures of Pakri demonstrates the unique cultural heritage of the Suur-Pakri and Väike-Pakri islands. Courtesy of kind donators, items ranging from the famous bobbin lace of Pakri women to the diary kept during the Estonian War of Independence are on display. The exhibition will remain open until 5.06.2016.
You can combine a visit to the museum with a walk in the former manor park. Additional information is available at www.hmk.ee.
The Amandus Adamson Studio Museum in Paldiski is a subsidiary of the Harju County Museum and both can be visited if you buy a joint ticket