How did Estonians live centuries ago? - in Tallinn - LikeALocal Guide

How did Estonians live centuries ago?


5.26 EUR

At the Estonian Open Air Museum you have the chance to see how we used to live, from the time when we were slaves until we regained our freedom again.

Duration: 2 hours
    Available in
  • Estonian,
  • English
Tour by Age

I'm a tour guide in Tallinn. In season I'm making tours for cruise ships. I have many museums licenses - like an open-air museum, Vabamu - freedom, and occupations museum, Kadriorg - art museum. Also, I have Saaremaa. Because I'm Estonian, its not matter where you would like to go, this is my home country. It will be my pleasure to introduce it to you.
I'm Estonian orthodox, this is a reason, why l know much about Christianity and what's going on in our churches.
I love to hike and nature, and by the way, we have amazingly beautiful nature and so many hiking roads, so if you stay here longer, you have to come with me to the forest.

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  • The whole museum is one big highlight
  • One of the oldest wooden church in Estonia
  • Farm house from serfdom time

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Estonian Open Air Museum - it's like walking back to our grand-grand-grand etc parents everyday life and starting step by step coming closer to nowadays.

If you love history, stories, houses, this is the museum for you. Surely you can understand us better. To have a little overview about our roots, you have the option to get to know us better.

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What’s included & not included

  • entrance tickets

Meeting point

In front of Open Air Museum (Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12)

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5.26 EUR
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