Rocca Al Mare
Open air museum
Just to the west of Tallinn on the territory of the former manor of the well-off prosperous burgher of Tallinn, Mr. A. Girard de Soucanton, located at the southern coast of the Koply gulf on land of about 80 hectares the ancient rural constructions from different areas of Estonia are vividly settled down.
In the green space of the museum the curious tourist finds an Estonian smithy, a church, a windmill, a school, a pub and 12 ancient complete Estonian farms (only 71 authentic constructions).
In the local tavern the visitor can taste the traditional dishes of ethnic cuisine.
There is also a picnic area on the territory of the museum.
You will be happy if you get here during one of the numerous Estonian folklore holidays, for example, Saint John's day or for Christmas. Besides, concerts of the ensemble of national dance which are being performed here will please admirers of folklore.
On the museum's territory it is possible to book a walk, a ride on horses or on bicycles.
In the local shop for sure you will be interested to purchase products of local handicraft.
On the territory of the museum you can encounter half-tame elks, roe deers, foxes and other representatives of the Estonian fauna.
Bicycle rent – in autumn and spring
Sledge rent – in winter
Cart rent – for transporting children and things
Wheelchair rent – for free!
Audio guide rent – EST / ENG / RUS / FIN / SWE / GER / FRA
Vabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, Haabersti, Tallinn
|Phone:||(+372) 654 9101|
|Open:||Daily at 10–17 o’clock|
|Price:||Adults 3 EUR | Concession 1.5 EUR | Family ticket 6 EUR | Children under 7 years – free admission!|