Muhu Museum

The village of Koguva on the west coast of Muhu Island is one of the most outstanding examples of Estonian peasant architecture. The village with its unique landscape has somewhat exceptional history. Free peasants who were never subjected to serfdom used to live here. Attractions: farm architecture, Muhu folk costumes, an old village school, various exhibitions on Muhu history, art exhibitions, and a museum shop.

Good to know: the museum was opened in 1973 at the birthplace of writer Juhan Smuuli at Tooma Farm. In 1990, it was named the Muhu Museum. The museum is located in four farms. You can get tickets and a map of the village from Tooma Farm.

The village of Koguva on the west coast of Muhu Island is one of the most outstanding examples of Estonian peasant architecture. The village with its unique landscape has somewhat exceptional history. Free peasants who were never subjected to serf

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