Manija saare muuseum

Manija Island Museum

Manija küla, Pärnu 88112
See on map

Manija, the second largest island in Pärnu County, is only 4.5 km in length and 0.5 km in width. The entire island is covered by the Manija landscape protection area, which was established in 1991. The island’s nature is special thanks to the growth of rare plants, coastal meadows filled with the singing of coastal birds, and the loud sound of natterjack toads. The erratic boulders on the island are also objects of the ancient nature. In Manija Museum, you can see items related to seal fishing, everyday items, and Manija clothes. There is a permanent exhibition on the ground floor of the museum, which gives an overview of the culture and history of the people of Manija. There is a traveling exhibition hall on the first floor. Crafts and souvenirs can be bought on site.

Features and amenities

Russian
English
Estonian

Amenities

WC
WiFi
Seminar room
Recreation area/picnic ground
Wheelchair accessible
Free parking
Suitable for children

Additional services

Souvenirs
Workshops
Visitor centre

Payment

Cash only

Island

Manija

Upon presentation of ISIC card

Getting there

You can get to Manija Island with the ferry Mann which departs twice a day from the port of Munalaiu. The ride takes about 15 minutes.

Accessibility

Signposted
Sealed access road
By car
On foot only

Times and prices

23.12.23

Advance bookings only

Adult 3.00€
Pensioner 3.00€
University student 2.00€
School student 1.00€
Group price 50.00€

Tutvu ka teiste pakkumistega