Lihula Museum

Lihula Museum

Linnuse tee 1, Lihula linn, Lääneranna vald 90303
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Lihula Museum is located in the Lihula Manor house built by the Wistinghausen family in 1840. Three permanent exhibitions are open in Lihula Manor. The new permanent exhibition is dedicated to the Germans who linked Estonia's history with Europe and became part of the local people, started calling themselves Baltic Germans since the 18th century, and lost their Baltic homeland in World War II. The museum gives an overview of the history of Lihula and the southern part of Läänemaa, including the archaeological studies of the Lihula Stronghold. The museum exhibitions display also local Läänemaa ethnographical items like national costumes of the Lihula area, flower embroidery carpets, sled blankets, and tools.

Features and amenities

National Park

Matsalu

Estonian
English

Amenities

WC
Information point
Free parking
WiFi
Recreation area/picnic ground

Additional services

Souvenirs

Payment

Cash only

Upon presentation of ITIC card
Upon presentation of ISIC card

Getting there

Nearby stops

Bus: Lihula

Accessibility

Signposted
Sealed access road
By excursion bus
By public transport
By car

Times and prices

02.05.24-30.09.24

7-day calendar

Monday-Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Adult 4.00€
Child 2.00€
Family ticket 10.00€
Pensioner 2.00€
University student 2.00€
School student 2.00€

01.10.24-02.05.25

Advance bookings only

Adult 4.00€
Child 2.00€
Family ticket 10.00€
Pensioner 2.00€
University student 2.00€
School student 2.00€

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