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- Mill in good condition or well restored. If it wasn't so cold and windy, we would hang around a bit, but all we were able to think about, was the warmth of the car.Written 31 October 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Kuremaa with the area is obviously a part of the manor. Or was developed to assist the manor. We enjoyed the walk through park, up to the mill, but did not go into the manor or castle.Written 31 October 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I went to the museum with my husband and two children (ages 5 and 8). I figured we can stay two hours max, because museums typically bore small children. We ended up leaving after 4 hours and sat in the car already making plans for our next visit there.
So, what made our visit so enjoyable?
1. Friendly staff. There are several staff members guiding the visitors. Pointing out interesting facts, reminding when the movie starts etc. And they are very welcoming and good conversationist. The museum felt very warm because of it.
2. The exhibition is very versatile and planned skillfully. Every room has plenty to read and at the same time children have their own parts that they can enjoy.
3. You cannot enter with your shoes. You must wear your socks or the slippers they provide. This means that the museum is extremely clean!
4. The food! Affordable, simple and delicious!
5. The location. There is an adventure trail next to the museum. One is higher and with a fee, but the other is lower and great for children and parents! There is a nice memorial stone near the museum and there is an outdoor museum area, where we were too tired to go. Well, next time.
We all really enjoyed the visit and it inspired me to write my very first Tripadvisor review!Written 1 March 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I visited with the help of a local nature guide who was showing me the beautiful sights in Estonia. There's no entry fee which is always a plus. As you walk through the forest towards the fort you reach a picnic area with some traditional wooden swings, good for adults and kids alike. The fort itself has been well constructed, and makes a good viewing platform for the area.
There are small wooden tipis dotted around, as well as a wooden house that is available for use by the general public at no cost. These have raised bed areas and fire pits.
The sacred grove was my favourite part. You have to knock three times (using the wooden hammer provided) before entering to let the spirits know that you are coming and that you are thinking good thoughts. It's a very peaceful place steeped in local tradition, from the wishing stone to the ribbons tied to the trees.
If you are in the area, the visit doesn't take very long but it is worthwhile stopping there!Written 29 July 2017
- Not much is left. Bits of 2 walls left. It is free, parking on site. It is not a site to plan to go to, but if you are in the passing, taking few minutes to stretch the legs does not hurt.Written 31 October 2019