The former terminal station of the railway was constructed between 1903 and 1905 to serve the resort town of Haapsalu. With its mysterious and grand station building, it now invites you to discover the nearly century and a half of Estonian railways and retired iron horses.
During the time travel in the old station with an unusually long roofed platform and a royal pavilion, you can hear the sound of a locomotive and meet the courteous station master from the 1930s.
In addition, we welcome you on a trip through the fascinating world of telecommunications and to explore the development and history of communication devices from telegraphy and crank telephone to mobile phones and computers.
The Czar and his entourage spent their summers in Haapsalu. The railwaystation was built to accommodate the Czar. It´s a very special building wee worth a visit.
stumbled on to this by accident and was amazed at how free you are to access these beautiful relics, some wonderful photo opportunities
Railroad buffs would enjoy this display of railroad locomotives and rail cars at a once active railroad terminal/train station. One can climb on the equipment and take pictures of equipment that...