On a picturesque expanse of forest parkland on Kopli Bay is
preserved a collection of historic Estonian buildings, transplanted
from around the country to represent rural life through the
centuries. Exhibits consist of various farm buildings, windmills,
watermills and other country clutter offering pleasant and
informative escape from the hubbub of the nearby city. Handcrafts
are on sale, horseback rides on offer, and a village inn caters for
visitors keen to sample local fare. Folk music and dancing displays
are scheduled regularly, and most national holidays are celebrated
here in grand style.
Address: Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12 Website: www.evm.ee Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 654 9100 Transportation: Bus 21 from Baltic railway station Opening Time: Open daily 10am to 8pm (May to September), 10am to
5pm (October to April) Admission: EUR6 (adults) in summer, and EUR3 in winter. Concessions
available. Free entry with Tallinn Card, and on last Tuesday of
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