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Photo by: Rannarahva Muuseum

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.5

based on 4 reviews

Location (map)

Nurme tee 3, Viimsi vald

Tallinn surroundings

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Distance from:

Airport

16km

Harbour

14km

Train station

15.00km

Bus station

14.00km

Open/ Available

01.05-30.09 Mon-Sun 10-17
01.10-30.04 Tue-Fri 10-17; Sat-Sun 12-17

Fees

Ticket 3.00€
Child ticket 2.00€
Family ticket 6.00€

Contact

info@rannarahvamuuseum.ee

+372 606 6941

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Child-friendly

 

The unique history and culture of Estonia's coastal dwellers comes to life in a cosy old schoolhouse on the Viimsi peninsula.

Located in the ancient, seaside village of Pringi, a 30-minute drive from central Tallinn, the museum shows the many facets of Estonia’s coastal folk life, both historic and modern.

There are numerous displays and artefacts for visitors to explore as well as educational and artistic programmes.

A sea-themed playroom for children, complete with a wooden ship and sea-related costumes, introduces the next generation to the seaside lifestyle. The museum also has a bookshop presenting a choice of marine-themed books and souvenirs.

Public transport connections from the Tallinn city centre to Viimsi include buses No. 260 and 1A. Change to V1, V1k or V2 at the 'Viimsi Keskus' stop.

Location (map)

Nurme tee 3, Viimsi vald

Tallinn surroundings

More

Distance from:

Airport

16km

Harbour

14km

Train station

15.00km

Bus station

14.00km

Open/ Available

01.05-30.09 Mon-Sun 10-17
01.10-30.04 Tue-Fri 10-17; Sat-Sun 12-17

Fees

Ticket 3.00€
Child ticket 2.00€
Family ticket 6.00€

Contact

info@rannarahvamuuseum.ee

+372 606 6941

Information

More

Child-friendly

 

TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

"Nice place"

4.5

August 3, 2019, by Olga V

We visited this museum after Viimsi Open air museum (located approx 1 km from each other). Lady in this museum is very nice and speaks English and Russian. She provided us free toyr and explained a... Read more

"A nice stop to experience Estonian coastal history"

4.5

August 16, 2017, by 942ld

A nice and educational exposition in a nicely renovated old school building of the 1920-ies. The exposition seems aimed at larger school classes but can easily be done by just a family. For 10 EUR... Read more

"Great place"

4.5

January 11, 2016, by jarrowlass2014

This in many ways would be seen as old fashioned as its not interactive but we enjoyed it very much. There are lots of photos with English explanation plus artefacts to see. I was fascinated by a... Read more

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