The Kondas Centre
This museum houses a collection of paintings by Paul Kondas, one of the best known Estonian naive artists. The Centre has six exhibition halls displaying a constantly changing selection of work by Estonian and international artists. The Kondas Centre also runs workshops for children and adults all year round.
Rüki Gallery is an exhibition and sales gallery for contemporary art in Viljandi. The gallery is housed in a historic barn building. When renovating the building, an old sign reading "rüki jahu"—rye flour in Estonian—was uncovered, hence the gallery's unique name. Exhibitions run the gamut from paintings to photography, sculpture, installations, and other alternative art.
The Heimtali Museum of Domestic Life
Located in a village school building dating back to 1864, the Heimtali Museum of Domestic Life features examples of Estonian handicrafts and home furnishings. Kids will love the playroom filled with knit hand puppets in the shapes of pigs, cats, and other friendly animals!