This outdoor museum, set in a forest park on the northwest coast of the city, presents a fascinating way to see how Estonians lived centuries ago. It’s essentially a collection of recreated villages from the 19th and early 20th centuries, complete with farm houses, windmills, water mills, a school house, church and a pub. There are 72 historic structures in all, which were moved from their original locations around the country and rebuilt here. Museum staff wearing period-appropriate costume demonstrate how work was done and crafts were made in the days of old.
|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||–||–||–||–||–|