During the tour, the guide will tell stories about blacksmiths, show what they do on a daily basis, and introduce the tools and machines they use. Guests can walk through the seven-storey chambers of the windmill, to the very top, which offers a wonderful view of the former Mitšurin sovkhoz apple garden.
Here, you can discover the secrets of blacksmithing and buy freshly made forgings. All forgings are made based on the client's wishes by using old-fashioned techniques or more modern options.
National Register of Cultural Monuments
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The Puraviku windmill smithy is situated by the Tallinn-Türi highway, 6 km outside of Rapla. You can park your car in front of the smithy.