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The Viimsi Open Air Museum is situated in the ancient seaside village of Pringi in Viimsi, just a 30-minute drive from central Tallinn. A complex of seaside-farmhouses over 150 years old in the picturesque coastal village of Pringi. Here you can get...more
This small museum located not far away from Tallinn, you can take minibus #260 for city center and be in museun in 20 min. Note that this bus do no accept Tallinn, thus you need to pay 2 euro.
Museum ticket is 3,5 euro for...More
During a tour of Tallinn we stopped off here, but unfortunately it was getting late and we didn't have enough time to have good look around, plus it came into rain. The grounds are not huge, but it took a little time walking from one...More
We were lucky enough to enjoy several interesting activities: the making of butter in old fashion way (and eating it), travelling in an old Soviet bus to the seaside farm and the visit of the farm. Also, the first part of the museum is quite...More
We visited the Viimsi Open Air Museum during a one day visit to Tallinn. We had taken an organised coach trip and this was to be the last stop trip of the day,
The museum seemed to be quite a distance from Tallinn and is...More
to see historic homes of yester year and learn about Estonian customs and history. On our arrival on a Sunday, colorfully clad dancers were performing traditional dances accompanied by musicians. The long barn houses were fascinating as were the amazing numbers of wooden containers and...More
Worthwhile stop for people that are in the area. The location (on the coast) is stunning. The houses and equipment are great to see and experience and to walk in (watch your head!). Also nice is how everything has a personal touch - mentioning the...More
The viisi open air museum is a small but worthwhile place to go. In the area you can visit the Estonian 18th century farm and fisherman's cottage. We found a few farm animals, a couple of sheep and rabbits.
There is also a small bar...More