Get a glimpse of true Estonian countryside and village life in Estonian Open Air Museum!
The Estonian Open Air Museum is akin to a village, with 12 farms, as well as its own church, tavern and schoolhouse. There are a number of mills, a fire station, fishing net sheds as well as a dancing area and a village swing.
The museum is located in a lovely, well-maintained forest park on a high sandstone bank on Kopli Bay, just 15 minutes’ drive from the centre of Tallinn.
In addition to diverse farm architecture and incredibly beautiful natural environment, the guide will explain you all about the past and the present life of Estonian people.
The name of the area, Rocca al Mare, hints to its location near the sea, it means a rock near the sea. The name is from the summer manor founded by A. Girard de Soucanton in 1863.
We will meet you at previously agreed time at your hotel.
Duration: 3 hours
Price per person 50 EUR (min 4 persons)
Price per person 75 EUR (min 2 persons)
Children under 2 are free. Children 3-12 years of age receive 50% off regular adult price
The tour can be arranged for the bigger groups – ask for an offer!
- English speaking guide
- Entrance to the Open Air Museum
- Sightseeing in museum
- For extra fee it is possible to order a coffee-break or a tour with a horse-torn carriage.
- In the handicraft shop of the museum you can buy the art of craftsmen, souvenirs, copy pieces from the museum collection, exciting books, national music and many other things.
- In addition you can order a tour to the TV-tower, the Botanical Gardens, Rocca al Mare Open Air Museum, and Seaplane museum, TV-house, Discovery Centre “Energy” and Bastion Passages.