The perfect setting for folksy, Estonian-style events like receptions, barbecues, colourful dance performances and the like is the Estonian Open Air Museum, where the nation’s rural past comes to life. Set in a tranquil, forested park just outside central Tallinn, the museum presents a collection of nearly 80 historical buildings dating from the late 1600s to the early 1900s, all relocated here from various regions of the country and arranged in village/farm fashion. Among these architectural gems are thatched-roofed farmhouses, wind and water mills, a 17th-century church, a fire station, an inn and a schoolhouse. Costumed museum guides demonstrate farm and household activities, offer horse and carriage rides, sell handicrafts and serve traditional Estonian meals at the inn.
|Name of Hall||Theatre||Class||Board||Reception||Banquet||Area (m²)|
|Kolu Inn Stable||150||100||50||150||50||187|
|Kuie School Seminar Room||40||25||20||–||–||113|
|Kolu Inn Squires´ Chamber||–||–||20||–||–||24|
|Seto Farm Barn Room||40||30||30||50||50||60|
|Kanuti Seminar Room||20||–||–||–||–||–|