Angla Windmill Park and the Heritage Culture Centre

Angla Windmill Park and the Heritage Culture Centre

Angla Windmill Park and the Heritage Culture Centre
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Quaint village with windmills.
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Marion N
Chester, UK345 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
This is a lovely island, we arrived on a cruise ship and took the 40 minute transfer to the small town of Kuressaare, it was a pretty town with walks being organised from the visitors centre if you wanted to get some more background on local history. Alternatively it’s an easy place to find your own way around. It’s a relatively short walk from the town centre to the fort and beach area. Well worth a visit.
Written 18 August 2023
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Explorer
142 contributions
Aug 2023 • Friends
Visited as a group and enjoyed walking around and in the windmills. There is one tall Dutch style windmill where just the top moves round and interesting display inside and the rest are Estonian and squatter as the whole base moves. There is a lot of old farm Machinery and a cafe and museum with workshops and photos.
Written 7 August 2023
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ElaineAndGreg
Chesterland, OH3,006 contributions
Jun 2023
The Angla Windmill Park is one of the frequently cited attractions on Saaremaa Island. It’s about 15 miles north of Kuressaare, and only a slight detour along the way. It’s an easy side trip.

We had the sense that the windmills were part of the large adjacent farm. There are about 5 windmills from the late 1800s. There is some OK descriptive material about the various windmills, as well as several antique farm implements on display. You can go into at least some of the windmills. One had three floors, with the original gears etc. intact.

There is a visitor center that has a small café and old equipment on display in the basement as well as around the site. This is a good spot for a break if you are traveling on the island.

There was an admission fee of 5 or 6 Euros. We saw at least one tour group during our stay.

Although we were in Estonia, the site had the feel of a roadside stop from the western United States. They had both live and wooden animals and a very large (maybe 10 feet tall) chair for photos.

This isn’t a dramatic site, but it is pretty and unusual and we’re glad we stopped. Plus, let's face it - windmills are pretty cool.
Written 23 June 2023
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Jeff K
Pittsburgh, PA1,897 contributions
Sep 2022 • Couples
I enjoyed this place more than I thought I would. The windmills are in good condition and are pretty interesting. Signage is in Estonian and English. They have an exhibit of local photographs and other things in the main building. Nothing too fascinating but some of the biographies are interesting,

Definitely worth a stop if you’re visiting Saaremaa.
Written 4 September 2022
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Heidi K
Helsinki, Finland1 contribution
Aug 2022 • Couples
The way how animals were kept in too small fences, made me very sad. Bunnies, turtle and ducks had far too small place to move was sad to watch. :( Wouldn't support that kind of place another time.
Written 13 August 2022
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Anastasia
Tallinn, Estonia9 contributions
Sep 2020
It's a must go, if You visit Saaremaa. We had a wonderful time there by visiting Culture centre and two out of five windmills. Also we made there a bitestop. Good food with good price. Not to mention the wonderful customer service.
Written 6 September 2020
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PBTravelstheWorld
Lynden, WA399 contributions
Sep 2019
They were closed the day I went by, but some of the windmills and animal could be seem from the road. It is certainly set in beautiful scenery and looked worth a visit.
Written 21 August 2020
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Gepardi21
Vantaa, Finland42 contributions
Aug 2020
Very nice place, if you go to Kuressaare city, this place is worth to see on the way (11 kilometers from main road). There were home animals for younger chikdren, mills of course and museum for old farming tools and machines. Also cafeteria was nice and prices were reasonable. Only one minus was, that all mills were not open.
Written 4 August 2020
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Kristjan M.
Saaremaa, Estonia3 contributions
Jul 2020 • Family
Bautiful scenery with historic windmills at Angla. Lot’s of fun for the kids with the windmills, old tractors and animals.
Written 16 July 2020
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Greg F
Auckland Central, New Zealand997 contributions
Sep 2019 • Couples
Angla windmill farm is located about 40 minutes drive from the time you get off the ferry on Muhu island. There aren’t a lot of signs until you get somewhere in the vicinity so make sure you’ve got google maps. Having said that there aren’t many roads so it’s unlikely you would get really lost.
The windmill farm is small with about 5 windmills and one larger Dutch style windmill in the middle. It is possible to enter one of the windmill and go to the top and view the countryside. There is a small lake in front creating a more picture perfect setting.
Overall a nice little stop on your way around Saaremaa Island. The restaurant over there was not serving food at the time as I suspect it was reserved for a group.
Written 22 January 2020
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