Muhu Museum

Muhu, Estonia

Muhu Museum is situated in the historical Koguva village. The museum exhibits the old village school from the 19th century, traditional peasant culture, local school history and traditional textiles. The heart of the museum is Tooma farmstead which is a representative example of Muhu farm architecture. In its outbuildings old agricultural and fishing equipment is exhibited. In the main building, visitors find a small introduction to Juhan Smuul’s life and work. Juhan Smuul was a poet, drama and prose writer, and remarkable author of non-fiction.



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Koguva küla, Muhu, Estonia
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Category: Museums in Estonia


4.6/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Vaiva Vaiva (7 months ago)
It's a shame that in summer they are only open until 7am. We arrived at 4.50 am, but they didn't let us in
Jan Charvát (8 months ago)
I want to give 6 out of 5. Especially to very nice guide who was very kind, talkstive and gave us many insights. Even light a fireplace on rainy day to make us more comfortable. He truly loves his job. Thank you for great time!
Martynas (2 years ago)
A small museum, but worth a visit
Bee Candice (3 years ago)
Our guide in the museum made the experience unforgettable. Fun and knowledgeable, you can tell how much he loves the island and you get to love it too.
aaron boise (6 years ago)
Very interesting view of Estonian culture
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