Just 15 minutes from the city centre of Tallinn is the Estonian Open Air Museum, showcasing the country's rural architecture and way of life.
The 14 farms in the museum provide an overview of how families from different strata of society lived in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. As you might expect to find in any proper village, here there is a church, a tavern, a school house, mills, a fire station, a shop and fishing sheds by the sea. You can buy handicrafts, ride horses and try traditional Estonian dishes at the tavern.
The museum is open year-round.
Tallinn Card holders can use the museum's audio guides free of charge.
Can't give you the definitive answer here...maybe the time we were there...looks like had been festival of sorts before......just a park with some examples of older park objects.
Beautiful setting. Historic buildings set in the woods. We went on a Saturday and there was a wonderful display of national dancing which really made our visit. Also overlooks the sea.nice authentic...
Took the tour bus line (hop on/hop off) out to the open air museum. It was fortunately a perfect summers' day and the surroundings were lovely. Hired bikes (recommended) to get around as it covers...