Kihnu Museum

Kihnu Museum

You must go to the exciting Kihnu Museum when you visit the island. It like an anchor in preserving and introducing the cultural space of Kihnu, which has been entered in the UNESCO heritage list.

The museum was founded in the former schoolhouse of Sääreküla Village in 1974 and thoroughly renovated in 2009. You will find everything that concerns the everyday lives of people in the museum – tools, clothes, handicrafts, furniture. You will also find exhibitions that introduce famous Kihnu men, such as historian Theodor Saar, Captain Enn Uuetoa and silversmith Peeter Rooslaid, and the works of Kihnu nativists.

Additional info

Amenities
Toilet
Free parking
WiFi
Wheelchair accessible
Activities for children
Additional services
Souvenirs
Visitor centre
Seminar
Workshops
Guide service
Estonian

Phone:
+3724469717
+37258188094

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Kihnu-Muuseum-578646628827026/

Homepage:
https://visitkihnu.ee/en/kihnu-museum

Location
Külaotsa, Linaküla, Kihnu vald

Opening times and prices
01.05–31.08
Same each day
10:00–17:00
Adult: 3€
Family ticket: 5€
Pensioner: 2€
University student: 2€
School student: 2€
01.09–30.09
Tuesday–Saturday: 10:00–14:00
Adult: 3€
Family ticket: 5€
Pensioner: 2€
University student: 2€
School student: 2€
01.10–30.04
Tuesday–Friday: 10:00–14:00
Adult: 3€
Family ticket: 5€
Pensioner: 2€
University student: 2€
School student: 2€

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