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Porkuni limestone museum

Address: Porkuni küla, Tamsalu vald, Lääne-Viru maakond | Show on map
Telephone: (+372) 329 3881
Website: http://www.tamsalu.ee/paemuuseum External link
E-mail: paemuuseum@tamsalu.ee
Method of payment: Cash
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Porkuni limestone museum tower was used as a sitting room of the school until 1991 when an exposition about the history of teaching deaf in Estonia was open. This was complemented by the limestone exposition which was initiated by the former county governor M. Pomerants. Once limestone was announced to be the national rock, the limestone museum was open in the fortress tower. This happened thanks to the help of Tallinn geologists. Today you can gain knowledge of how limestone was formed, different fossils and the use of limestone. You will find out more about the reasons why this unique museum in Europe is located just here. Good to know: -An A-b-c book for rock can be explored, describing all Estonian rock types There's a shop selling limestone items, possible to engrave on the item

Times and prices

02.05–30.09

Is open every day: 11:00 - 18:00

Adult: from 1.28 €
Child: from 0.64 €
Family ticket: from 2.56 €
School student: from 0.64 €

01.10–01.05

Is open advance bookings only

Exact price to be clarified by service provider.

Features

  • Exhibition
  • Kids' exhibition
  • Information boards
  • Souvenirs
  • Site lighting
  • Viewing platform
  • Toilet

Additional services

  • Guide service available

Discounts

  • For children
  • For students
  • For groups

Meals

Seminar and conference rooms

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