The Estonian Open Air Museum is an open-air museum in Tallinn, Estonia. The open-air museum is a replica 18th century rural/fishing village that's purpose is to educate people on Estonian life. Established in 1957, the replica village includes houses, schools, mills, a fire station and much more. It is set on around 180 acres of land. It is a good place to go to learn about Estonian culture.
The museum is situated to the west of Tallinn city centre. You can get there by taking 21 or 41 buses from the city centre.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open daily, 10am-5pm in the winter and 10am-6pm in the summer. Admission is set at 10 euros for adults and 7 euros for concessions.