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Seto Farm Museum

Pikk tn 56, Varska, Estonia
+372 505 4673
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Super slow motion

Like time stop and you moved to slow motion, just enjoy your day. Eat your breakfast or lunch in... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Sergei L
via mobile
Old culture of the area.

The muuseum sits near the town on Värska. And theres alot of wild natuure around to see. But te... read more

Reviewed February 5, 2017
Keila, Estonia
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The Seto Farm Museum enables the visitors to learn about the farm architecture, old tools and rich collection of handicraft items dating from the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. The exposition comprises a half-enclosed yard, a dwelling, storehouses for clothes, grain and food, a bam with a hay shed, a workshop, other sheds, a smoke sauna, a pottery, a smithy, a barn and kiln house and a tea house. The majority of the buildings are original and originate from Nothern Setumaa. The museum also organises temporary special exhibitions. Visitors can participate in various events, such as winter holidays, Seto lace days, Folk tales’ nights and celebrations of folk calendar holidays.
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Pikk tn 56, Varska, Estonia
+372 505 4673
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Like time stop and you moved to slow motion, just enjoy your day. Eat your breakfast or lunch in tsaimaja and forget everything for one day. Enjoy!!!!

Thank Sergei L
Reviewed February 5, 2017

The muuseum sits near the town on Värska. And theres alot of wild natuure around to see. But te muuseum itself gives you the feeling of family life about 200 years ago.

Thank IngoLeming
Reviewed September 8, 2016

It os grate place to know about local culture and traditon. There were some animals arround and it felt like you have entered to someones real home - nice and cosy. Also there was possi ility to buy some handmaded works.

Thank Margarita K
Reviewed August 31, 2016

Seto Farm Museum is a interesting place to visit, when you are interested in Estonian culture in 19-20 century. There are some very beautiful handicrafts. Nice and calm atmosphere and a really talkative and a sincere guide.

Thank Kairis129
Reviewed August 19, 2016

An insight into rural life and culture. Very interesting and particularly good for children. Should be supported

Thank judith d
Reviewed July 24, 2016

My grandparents are from Setomaa but - that's almost all I know about them and their culture. I loved to hear Seto language, see the menu in that language and figure out what was what, the museum, the exhibition, the friendly dog and also friendly...More

Thank Liina V
Reviewed July 18, 2014 via mobile

The SETO culture is absolutely fascinating but one thing that makes it most interesting at this place is how hands on you can be as you explore. There's a small cafe with tasty things next door. They have special SETO foods described in the SETO...More

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