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In better condition than ever, but having lost some of their naive charm

I first came to Angla years ago when the windmills had yet to be turned into a tourist attraction... read more

Reviewed May 29, 2018
Tallinn, Estonia
Working windmills

We visited Angla mostly to learn more about windmills. It was a nice surprise to discover the... read more

Reviewed November 11, 2017
Helsinki, Finland
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Quaint village with windmills.
Saaremaa, Saaremaa, Estonia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great place to visit ! There are few windmills and you can go into one of them and see how it actually built inside. There is a small museum of old farming equipment and tools as well as some old costumes. On a sunny day...More

Thank chamara w
Reviewed May 29, 2018

I first came to Angla years ago when the windmills had yet to be turned into a tourist attraction proper, and although/because they were run down and there was not much infrastructure to speak of the place seemed somehow more authentic. Now it's more about...More

1  Thank phutty
Reviewed April 30, 2018 via mobile

“mini zoo” full of animals (rabbits, turtles, ducks) in a tiny enclosure in horrible conditions - sad to watch.

Thank Roberta D
Reviewed November 11, 2017 via mobile

We visited Angla mostly to learn more about windmills. It was a nice surprise to discover the windmills are open to the public. There is a small fee - the site is certainly worth it. We did not spend much time in the Angla Culture...More

Thank beachstone2c
Reviewed August 25, 2017 via mobile

It was €6 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) which seemed good value. We didn't walk in the museum but viewed the windmills (and animals outside). You could go inside one up multiple stairs to the top which was interesting. Unfortunately most...More

Thank JMG40
Reviewed August 15, 2017 via mobile

There are several well preserved windmills, a few of which you can enter and see the workings. There are also various enclosures with animals that kids will like. The displays tell of the history of windmills in the area. As adults we enjoyed our visit,...More

Thank Film G
Reviewed August 8, 2017 via mobile

You can find beautiful restaurant on the hill territory. It famous for It's democratic prices for the dinner. We took farm soup with bekon on the first, great portion of potato/chicken with vegetables on the second, farm milk for the drink. All of them You...More

Thank Kirill E
Reviewed July 29, 2017

This assembly of traditional windmills and the museum very nicely informed us about traditional agricultural practices, and allowed us to see first hand the working of these grain-grinding mills. We were cycling, and it was worth the time to stop and explore.

Thank Drew N
Reviewed July 7, 2017

There are several traditional windmills from Saaremaa some of which you could go inside and have a look around. there is also an interesting collection of old farm vehicles and equipment. The café is good, too! Well worth the visit!!

Thank SFrances C
Reviewed July 4, 2017 via mobile

They've built a nice attraction around the old windmills of one you can climb into. There are some farm animals and hares for children to look at and old farm machines for everybody to see. There is also a cafe and bakery.

Thank Hannu H
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