Much of Estonia’s history is linked to the rural way of life. A large portion of the population used to live in farms and homesteads until the Soviet annexation of the country in 1939. In Rocca al Mare Open Air Museum you can see the life in 18-19th century rural villages. There are buildings such as farmhouses, windmills, a country pub, a fire station, a school house and a chapel, all authentically furnished and stocked with period furniture. At the museum, you can buy handicrafts, ride horses, and try traditional Estonian dishes at the pub.
Price includes bus transportation, museum admission and English-speaking guide.
Price: 23 €/person
Minimum group size 20 persons
Registration until 19/11 via firstname.lastname@example.org