A GLIMPSE INTO RURAL LIFESTYLE
The Estonian Open Air Museum, located in Tallinn’s picturesque, seaside Rocca al Mare district, offers a glimpse into the country’s rural lifestyle of the 18th to 20th centuries. The museum is arranged like a village, with 14 farms, a church, a tavern and a schoolhouse. There are also a number of windmills, fishing net sheds, a fire station, a dancing area and a village swing. Conferences and other events can be held in two genuine 19th-century buildings – the Kolu Inn and the Kuie School – as well as at the new Seto Farm and the Peipus-Russian dwelling.