Estonian Agriculture Museum

Ülenurme, Estonia

Estonian Agricultural Museum is located at the historic Ülenurme Manor. It plays an important role in preservation of rural heritage and rural culture. There are displayed peasant Estonian work tradition – sowing of fields, grain harvest, linen production, animal husbandry, bee keeping and technological advancement.

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Antonio Nogueira (2 years ago)
We were there during the festival in July, absolutely brilliant, plenty of food, drink and craftsmanship stands, plenty of choice with good prices, we got to see and pet all types of farm animals, the little one was over the moon. The old machinery with all the information, the smithy, etc loads of fun. Was a good afternoon.
Sonnich Jensen (2 years ago)
Compared to ERM Estonian national museum, this place is far better to visit. The real Estonian history
Vaidas Juodzevicius (2 years ago)
Nice place to visit.
Maussie InTheBaltics (2 years ago)
....we attended the National Dog Show Competition held on the grounds of the Estonian Agricultural Museum in Tartu....the grounds are well suited for events, spacious & well accommodating to spectators & event participants....would like to have visited the museum, will have to revisit another time.... ~ : )
Lev Pitsugin (2 years ago)
Old tractor collection, ancient farm equipment, cool!
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