Estonian Open Air Museum
For a busy, modern city, Tallinn boasts a remarkable number of excellent outdoor attractions. Alongside the fantastic Tallinn Zoo, the Estonian Open Air Museum represents one of the best ways to enjoy the fresh Baltic air during a stay in the city.
Only a fifteen minute drive from the Estonian Open Air Museum, the Radisson Blu Sky Hotel, Tallinn is within easy reach of the cultural hotspot. Guests who choose to make the short trip to the museum will not be disappointed by the range of fascinating exhibitions they find.
Getting immersed in the past
The scope of the Estonian Open Air Museum is impressive, spanning hundreds of years of history. The museum consists of a staggering 76 buildings sprawling over 80 hectares of forest and land, all telling the story of Estonia's rural past.
To help visitors explore the Estonian Open Air Museum, a horse drawn carriage carries groups around the different points of interest, which include a traditional schoolhouse, windmill and wooden chapel dating back to 1699. Audio guides are available to talk visitors through these points of interest, casting light on some of the great attractions.
Visitors who have worked up a thirst while exploring the Estonian Open Air Museum can enjoy some traditional local food and drink at a peasant's tavern. It is just one of the great interactive sites in the museum and a favourite amongst the crowds attracted to the area.
When guests of the Radisson Blu Sky Hotel, Tallinn leave the Estonian Open Air Museum they find that they have a far deeper appreciation of Tallinn and its cultural history. Those that develop a taste for the local foods available at the museum will find there is a range of great restaurants in Tallinn that can cater to their needs.