Exhibits show how Estonian homes developed from single longhouses to more sophisticated farmsteads. You can also see development in the use of building materials, from spruce and pine, which was used until the 20th century, to stone walls.
The Open Air Museum is surrounded by a wooded area, which you can walk through all the way down to the sea. During the summer, there are song and dance shows during the weekends, and on Midsummer Eve there are traditional celebrations, including a bonfire.
The onsite Kolu Kõrts café serves up traditional Estonian cuisine.
The museum is on the number 21 bus route and is open every day. A small entry fee applies.
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