It is in one of the oldest buildings in Tartu, from the 1770s. The building is huge although not enough space is maximized. During the visit you can find 2 different floors filled with all the toys in the world. On the 1st floor you have children's toys of the city and countryside, outdoor,s handmade dolls, paper toys, from the 20th century, model trains and soldiers. On the 2nd floor dolls children's tv series Estonia, and special dolls Estonian Puppet Theatre. In good weather you can play games outdoors in the courtyard. Upstairs there is a play room where you can free the child within you. Walking it takes a long time. It is especially for the little children.
Saaremaa Museum was constructed on February 17, 1865, when the Saaremaa Research Society (Verein zur Kunde Oesels) was founded in Kuressaare. JB Holzmayer, a professor of classical languages, did much to initiate and develop the museum and it is the antiquities found during his archaeological excavations that form the basis of the museum's attractions.
The Estonian Agricultural Museum is located in the city of Tartu. On the outskirts of Tartu this outdoor museum which is in the process ofexpansion is situated, created on the basis of what was once the manor house of Ülenurme. It explores all aspects of agriculture in Estonia, from old hand plows to modern horticultural machinery. It is spread over several buildings over the mansion site. When arriving at the reception in the main building, you can ask for a map in English.
This museum was founded in Tartu in 1909 and was dedicated to the memory of Jakob Hurt, one of the largest collectors of folklore in Estonia. The museum offers information about the history, life and traditions of the Estonian people. There are lots of different exhibitions, such as the one on traditional national costumes of Estonia in all regions, a collection of carved wood, etc..