Some companies will be introducing their innovations on this very day to visitors. Pop-up and farm cafes will be open, including a cannabis cafe and milk bar. During this day, a tour of decorative and herb gardens take place. As spring will be in full swing, in addition to the products of small businesses, you will also be able to purchase plants. Furthermore, you can take a walk in the highest organic berry field and visit the highest lighthouse in Estonia!
On this day, the smallest of the family have also been thought of. Spring is the time for small animals and birds on the farms. Alpacas, ponies, rabbits, raccoons, goats, sheep, calves, geese, ducks, chickens, roosters and pheasants are waiting to be seen, and some of them even petted. Santa Claus is even waiting to be visited on May 1st. Afterwards, go listen to the mini-concerts of young trumpet prodigies in Pärnu, or listen to the performance of 100 Dutch brass player in Avinurme.
Workshops are waiting for DIY-lovers – making little animals out of cattails, clay modeling, braiding of ethnic ribbons, wool spinning, folk games and dance lessons are just a few examples of available activities. One company will even hold a drawer making workshop. Quiltwork lovers can see the magnificent quilt exhibition in Rapla County.
For the first time in the history of Open Doors Day, you can participate in animation and film workshops in Rapla County and sculpt under the guidance of the most famous Estonian sculptor in Harju County. You can even have a portrait drawn by a well-known artist for only a small cost.