We are open daily.
Ticket office: 10:00-19:00
Museum park: 10:00-20:00
Horse and cart ridesHorse and cart rides are available daily at 11:00 - 15:45. Stop is opposite the Kolu Inn. See more here.
Mobile App NUMUFree mobile app contains an audio guide for the whole exhibition and an adventurous orienteering game introducing our farms and Estonian history through playful characters. See more here.
Visit our newest buildingIn the apartment house of dairy barn workers built in the 1960s, you can step into the homes of rural dwellers in the 1960s, 1970s, 1990s and 2010s. Come and discover Estonian recent history. More information here.
Venue hireEstonian Open Air Museum is a unique village in the capital of Estonia that invites you for a pleasant walk but also offers the possibility to organise all kinds of events. The atmosphere of traditional farm-architecture is perfect for memorable family events, parties, conferences and workshops. See more here.
23.04.22 - 28.09.22
Come to the open air museum where you will be able to learn to notice and care about nature, value old customs, do some simple types of farm work as well as share moments of leisure and enjoy life with your loved ones.
28.05.22 - 04.09.22
Dance performances of the Folklore Society Leigarid
Accompanied by live music, a celebration which is different every time is born from the combination of traditional dances, songs, games and instrumental music.
Estonian Bread Day and Autumn Fair
At Estonian Bread Day we take a look at how bread is made starting from threshing and grinding grain to the way to eat the bread. Other older Estonian dishes are also introduced. Tasty Estonian food and authentic handicraft can be bought from autumn fair.
19.10.22 - 21.10.22
Conference “Recent history and its untold stories in open-air museums”
Estonian Open Air Museum is organizing a conference on 19-21 October 2022 to exchange corresponding experiences with fellow museums in the Association of European Open Air Museums as well as colleagues in Estonia.
Areas of activity
Free guided tours and museum visits for Ukrainians
Estonian Open Air Museum offers free admission for all Ukrainian citizens and pre-booked guided tours for Ukrainian refugees.Read More
Shrove Tuesday and Maslenitsa – discover the customs
Shrove Tuesday and Maslenitsa denote the eve of the seven-week lenten period before Easter and are celebrated with dancing and partying, rich food, playing outdoors and frolicking in the snow.Read More
Monumental painting in open air museum's nature
From August 2021, Sirje Runge's installation "Great Love / Beautiful Rotting" is open for exploration at the Estonian Open Air Museum and via the web, symbolizing a gesture by which the artist gives up her ten-meter oil painting to nature.Read More