When we visited, it was pretty much a ghost town! Just a forest full of rebuilt stone/thatched buildings!
I visited Open Air museum 3 or 4 times this summer. I went to listen to some concerts. It is absolutely beautiful place, especially in summer. I think it will be lovely to walk there in winter. You can see many cute village houses, beautiful wind mills, old water well, big wooden swing and ofcause beautiful nature. It is very... More
I'm so happy we came here. I was a bit afraid after reading that a few people thought it was boring and almost decided to skip it. My only regret was not having more time. My mother, husband and I took the bus from our hotel and were dropped off right in front of it. The park was pretty empty... More
An interesting look at Estonian history and how people lived in centuries past. They have done an amazing job with bringing in these homes and structures from the countryside and recreating the various areas of the country to give you a sense of what Estonia looked like and how people lived over the past couple of centuries. You are able... More
Went as part of a tour. IMHO not much to see unless you enjoy replica villages. I would have rather spent time elsewhere. Of course it rained while we were there which made it miserable.
I spent several peaceful hours wandering through this interesting museum last week, just close enough to off-season to not be filled with people. I am 1/4 Estonian so I really wanted to see how people lived in the past few hundred years and felt the buildings and signage did a great job of showing and explaining that. Lots of walking,... More
Museum is huge, you can spend there a lot of time but it's totally not worth it. Almost every house is the same and I think that only people who are really interested in architecture from different part of Estonia can see the differences. Moreover, bus is going there very rarely.
Quite a long walk from the Zoo bus stop. It is worth hiring a bike when you get here to travel around the museum. Many many interesting architectural buildings from old Estonia. Very relaxing, there is a nice cafe but I did not eat there, take a picnic and look out over the Baltic. Quite a big place to walk... More
We spent 3 hours on a lovely sunlight day. It could have been more. The ability to wander around and see original houses in their traditional setting was a delight. Well worth the short ride from the centre of town.
This museum provides a unique experience about farm lives of 17th-19th centuries. The area is huge, It would be better if you rent a bike and just visit around by bike. I didn't do so and I was really tired after walking around for 3-4 hours. I am not sure whether I have seen everthing. I was disappointed with the... More
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