Mahtra Peasantry Museum

Juuru, Estonia

Mahtra Peasant Museum displays everyday items and tools from 19th century, and the 1858 war of Mahtra with it's background and happenings. Atla-Eeru tavern, where various thematic events are held, is a part of the Museum.

Reference: Visit Estonia


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Muuseumi tn, Juuru, Estonia
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Category: Museums in Estonia


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Siim Solman (2 years ago)
Undoubtedly worth a visit.
Anneli Lehtpuu (3 years ago)
Kena, armas
Gea Hein (3 years ago)
Super üritus. Väga toredad inimesed! Huvitavad mängud talupojakõrtsis!
Triin T (4 years ago)
Osalesin tüdrukuteõhtul, mis viidi läbi selles muuseumis. Väga soe vastuvõtt muuseumitöötajate poolt! Saime kogeda muuseumivõlusid, toredaid seltskonnamänge, hobusesõitu. Programm oli läbimõeldud ning igati sobilik vastsele pruudile!
Anne-Mari Rebane (4 years ago)
Pidasime seal osa tüdrukute õhtust, tehti väga mõnus muuseumi programm. Jäime väga rahule. Soovitan ;)
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