Käsmu Sea Museum

Käsmu, Estonia

Käsmu Sea Museum is located in a former border guard station building from Soviet Occupation period and presents the history of the village. The museum exhibits reflect all the areas connected to the sea - seafaring, fishing, smuggling trade and also the sea as a part of nature and as an object of photography and visual arts.

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Merekooli 4, Käsmu, Estonia
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Founded: 1993
Category: Museums in Estonia
Historical period: New Independency (Estonia)


4.7/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Anja Vogel (9 months ago)
Unique museum. The people do live there. So you are walking through their living room. Different items with maritime theme.
Lucie Kohakova (9 months ago)
Lovely place with lovely people
Arthur Smaal (10 months ago)
The smell when you walk in is unforgettable and to find out that the people who guide you around actually live in the museum makes it even more interesting. Our guide/hostess was cooking lunch in the kitchen. If you know what you're looking for you can give some interesting historic artifacts. The village and the museum have a wonderful ambiance!
Annes V (2 years ago)
very plentiful exposition with excellent guides
Marie Su (2 years ago)
A beautiful house by the sea with an astonishing view and collection of maritime artifacts. The lovely owner, who also lives there, gave me a very broad overview of the towns history and the showcased items. I would definitely recommend to stop by and have a chat with her. She also gave some helpful tips on the local hiking trails and surrounding nature. ??
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