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Haapsalu Old Town Hall

Kooli 2, Haapsalu, Läänemaa

The museum, founded in 1929, is located in the building of the town hall built in 1775. The Town Hall was opened as a museum in 1950. The new permanent exhibition introduces Haapsalu in the beginning of the 20th century through the eyes of a visitor to the resort. The exposition provides an overview of life in Haapsalu, its...

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Toosikannu Holiday Centre

Toosikannu, Jõeküla küla, Käru vald, Raplamaa

* You can play adventure games here * You can go on an ATV, scooter or horse-drawn carriage ride, a snowshoe or bog trip, a photo hunt or hiking * You can also see a fantastic exhibition of hunting trophies * Toosikannu Holiday Centre serves game * Sauna delights can be enjoyed in a sauna with a Russian stove, a smoke...

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Viitna Kõrts (Viitna Tavern)

Viitna, Kadrina vald, Lääne-Virumaa

- An old roadside tavern, 74 km from Tallinn towards Narva. - Close to the seacoast and the manors: Palmse, Sagadi and Vihula. - Kadrina, a commune centre is 17 km from Viitna. - Rakvere, a centre of Lääne- Viru county 27 km. Viitna was known already in the Middle Ages. In the 19th century there were fourteen...

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Estonian Museum Railway At Lavassaare

Ülejõe 1, Pärnumaa

We locate at the Pärnu county in the south-western part of Estonia, 17 km's from Pärnu to north-west in Lavassaare settlement between the bogs. There are three possibilities to reach us (look at the detailed map): - To go from Tallinn via Pärnu-Jaagupi and Vahenurme; - To go via Nurme and Jõõpre - To go from Pärnu via...

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Church of Holy Spirit and apartment

Pühavaimu 2, Tallinn, Harjumaa

Built in the 14th Century, the Holy Spirit Church is one of the oldest and most impressive structures in Tallinn. Its spectacular, carved wood interior includes such treasures as a unique 15th century altar by the famous Bernt Notke, and one of the oldest pulpits in Estonia, dating from 1597. The painted clock on its façade...

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Mõedaku Sports Centre Hostel

Mõedaka, Lääne-Virumaa

The Mõedaku Sports Centre is perfect for organizing camps and large gatherings. In the midst of beautiful nature, one can make use the ski, running and bicycle trails or just hike along the forest trails. The guests can also play basketball, volleyball, football and tennis. In the winter, lifts take you to the top of the...

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Ojako Tourist Farm

Marksa küla, Pärnumaa

You are welcome to Ojako ( Holiday House ) in the calm and pure nature. It is the place for in-service training, wellness programs and, celebrations and relaxation with the menus provided according to guests´ wishes. You can use recently renovated main house. There are 5 soft-colored rooms with sea-view, spacious seminar...

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Väike-Maarja Museum

Pikk 3, Väike-Maarja, Lääne-Virumaa

Väike- Maarja Museum hours 02.May - 30.Sept. Tues - Sat 10.00 - 17.00 01.Okt - 30.April Mon - Fri 10.00 - 17.00 For special request call (37 232) 61 625 The museum is located in an old parish schoolhouse, originally built for confirmation classes in 1869. The parish school was open in 1873, accepting village...

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Saare Manor Accommodation

Saare küla, Noarootsi vald, Noarootsi, Läänemaa

Saare Manor Accommodation is located in renovated manor of Baltic Germans, belonging to the von Rosen family. In addition to spending the night, You are offered catering, nature fans can discover nearby hiking track and bird watching towers, culture fans can visit the Lyckholm museum right next to home accommodation....

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Ants Laikmaa museum

Kadarpiku küla, Läänemaa

Ants Laikmaa (05.05.1866–19.11.1942) was one of the most colourful personalities of Estonian art, having gained prominence both as a portrait painter and a landscape artist. His favourite technique was pastel. In 1917 here, on the Tammiku Farm land in the village of Kadarpiku, Ants Laikmaa began the building of a new home....

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Haapsalu Castle Museum

Lossiplats 3, Haapsalu, Läänemaa

Open: In September Mon -Sun 11.00 – 16.00 (Last admission 15.30) 1.05.-31.08. Mon – Sun 10.00-18.00 (Last admission 17.30) 1.09.-30.04. Fri – Sun 11.00- 16.00 (Last admission 15.30) Haapsalu Castle Grounds are open daily at 7.00-24.00 The Castle in Haapsalu is an architectural pearl dating from the 13th...

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Railway and Communications museum & Tour train Little Peter

Raudtee 2, Haapsalu, Läänemaa

The railway terminus with its intriguingly grand station building, constructed in the early 20th century to service the bustling resort town of Haapsalu, invites you to take a virtual journey back in time, accompanied by steam engine noises, to learn about the evolution of railways in Estonia spanning almost a century and a...

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Kiltsi Castle

Kiltsi, Lääne-Virumaa

Opening hours by appointment Kiltsi Manorial Estate of Laane-Viru County, founded at the end of the 18th century, is one of the most magnificent and original manor estates in Estonia as well as one of the oldest in the Baltic countries. The castle was erected on the ruins of a medieval vassal stronghold from the 14th -...

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The Farm Museum of C.R. Jakobson at Kurgja

Kurgja, Vändra vald, Pärnumaa

The Farm Museum of Carl Robert Jakobson introduces the life and work of Carl Robert Jakobson, one of the leaders of the Estonian Age of Awakening in the 19th century. In addition, the visitors get an overview of farm life in general. The farm which was established by Jakobson himself currently functions as a farm museum...

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Vao VaoTower-Fortress

Vao, Lääne-Virumaa

Opening hours by appointment According to the history of Estonian architecture, there were many tower strongholds in Estonia as early as the 14th century. They were built to safeguard roads and waterways, particularly in areas where large strongholds were not needed. These smaller strongholds were built by vassals in the...

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