Old buildings abound and demonstrators in costumes add to the charm of this open air museum. There are old windmills, historic wooden homes, and even a church. One building had Estonian tapestries on display. A special treat was watching people in period costumes dance folk dances and play music on ancient Estonian instruments. You can also take a carriage ride through the park. A very nice gift shop with many Estonian handicrafts is located near the park entrance. They are many beautiful flowers and trees - like walking in an old village.
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