In this tiny town of Rocca Al Mare, there is the incredibly large, and hard to find, Estonian Open Air Museum. The museum retains most of Estonia's oldest wooden structures. These are mainly farms and houses, about 72, but there is also a school, a fire station, a chapel, and even a windmill. Everything in the museum was still being built up to 150 years ago and you can watch rural people sewing, preparing bundles of branches for decorating or building fences, and people building with real wood from the forest. You can even see how they cooked and ate. The museum is really big and, remember, there is a map at the entrance.