Source: Jääaja Keskus
Ice Age Centre welcomes everyone, who is interested in nature, cultural heritage and the environment.
Where did the last European mammoths live? What kind of traces did ice age leave in the Estonian nature and cultural heritage? Is the world heading towards a new ice age? How big is your ecological footprint and how does it compare with the footprint of an ice age hunter?
You'll find answers to all these questions from the Ice Age Centre. Here, you'll see ice age animals such as mammoths and cave lions. A playground is open for children and we have plenty of things to discover and do, regardless of your age.
A yellow National Geographic window near the Ice Age Centre represents Saadjärve area as one of the 21 places in Southern Estonia worth discovering.