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- It is intresting place where you can learn about Ilon Wikland - The illustrator of Astrid Lindgren's children's books.
You can read, play and spend nice time with your kidsWritten 24 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The bus stopped right next to the train station which is now a museum and a good place to start exploring Haapsalu. The building itself is rather grand and the platform is 216 m long. The Russian Czars used to come here as it was a summer resort town. Part of the station building has an imperial pavilion. The station was used from 1904 to 1995 and is now a museum. Some old railway stock can be seen on the tracks and there is a small entrance fee but i was never charged.Written 21 June 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a small museum but interesting to spend an hour here. I never realised how many Swedes lived along the coastline and islands. There are documentaries to watch while you are there and some old houses outside as well as an annex across the road. Also there is a small walkway over the water where you can see their traditional boats. Well worth the 3 euro entrance fee.Written 22 June 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Surprise after surprise we were getting at in the magic Haapsalu Town and one of them was this amazing Haapsalu Shawl Museum.
It is located in Ehte street, just above the region of Haapsalu Episcopial Castle. Actually, this museum is settled in a jewellery workshop, with a permanent exhibition on the past and present of the Haapsalu shawl, that shows to the visitors the very fine patterns of shawls and generally, the art of knitting handicraft.
Also is possible to buy one of the masterpieces for yourself.
We were very glad to see such nice exhibition.Written 30 September 2017
- We were welcomed by the hostess who told us about the artists life and paintings. The house has very interesting architecture and interior design is authentic.
Definitely visit when in Haapsalu!Written 22 June 2019
- Great museum to visit. Very interesting house and approach to leave walls inner side presented. It works well for great artist Evald Okas paintings. Definitly place to visit again.Written 28 June 2020
- Unfortunately the museum was closed when i passed by but it is still worth looking at the wonderful wooden building located in a well landscaped garden.Written 21 June 2019
- This gallery belongs to the cultural center and is located at the same building with the library and theater space. The gallery shows mainly professional Estonian contemporary art.Written 14 November 2015