The museum is located half a mile west of the city center of Tallinn, and is conveniently connected by bus. The buildings in the area were moved to this place mainly during the early 20th century Estonian free time. Can visit the entire farm with attached buildings and van sheds as well as windmills - country shops and schools. Good walking path in the area! Well worth seeing!
The exhibition hall in the basement contains a lot of rifles and pistols. There are interactive screens in the exhibition hall on the first floor, which can answer questions related to the history of Estonia. The small room above the ticket office is an exhibition of the history of Estonian currency. You can see various banknotes and coins including the Soviet ruble and the krona before joining the euro zone. A precious ancient silver coin was displayed in a glass box on the wall.
The area is fairly large and not many people come here.
It was originally the seat of the largest local chamber of commerce in the former Soviet Union. Its influence controlled the various economic lifelines of the local area. After independence, it was nationalized. Now some cultural relics of the local medieval city are displayed, but no pictures and no explanation, only Watch the fun.