From April 27, the museum features a new exhibition “Washing Machine Made of Beetroot”. It is a collaborative project between the Estonian Road Museum, Estonian Agricultural Museum and Tartu City Museum. It explores inventions, ingenuity, recycling and handiwork. The project is part of the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 main programme.
The exhibition highlights the remarkably diverse ingenuity and skills that people developed in the challenging circumstances of the Soviet Union. We hope that the creative do-it-yourself tradition serves as inspiration for solving the challenges caused by today’s overabundance.
Facilities for disabled
From June through August open 10:00-18:00, closed Mon, Tue. From September through April open 09:00-17:00, closed Mon, Tue.
Price/Additional InfoAdmission €7.50, reduced €5.50, family €15. Children up to 8 y.o. can visit free of charge.
Carl Robert Jakobson was one of Estonia's most celebrated leaders in the Age of the Awakening. He was a farmer, politician, and journalist, and became a farm owner in 1874. The museum was established in 1948 by his oldest daughter Linda. All of the build
Tori Stud Farm has been in operation since 1856 and is the oldest of its kind in Estonia. The farm breeds Estonian and Tori horses. Today, the historical farm complex is home to more than 50 Tori and Estonian breed horses, with more on the way. Farm offe