We missed most of the demonstration inside due to taking so many pictures of the windmills and other things outside. Never get tired of taking photos of windmills!!
This attraction was one of several that we saw on a beautiful summer day including the meteor crater and the Panka cliffs. The windmills had informative displays in a couple of them and the visit made for a nice hour and half visit. The museum was not the greatest unless you like lathes which you can see quite a few... 更多
Saaremaa windmills and one Dutch-style windmill in the middle in a small village Angla, built in the 30's, with Heritage Culture Centre nearby where different workshops take place.
It's rare to see windmills nowadays, that's why you have to visit Angla windmills. They are just like they were in the past. One of them even has four floors, so don't hesitate and reach the peak. But overall, it's a bit overpriced.
Well worth a visit to see a number of windmills together. You can walk inside one of them to the very top. Makes you realize how hard they had it in former times. Interesting stories are told on displays throughout the complex. The main building has a museum,gift shop and cafe.
It is quite interesting to see the difference between the Estonian and Dutch windmills. They have a few Estonian and one Dutch windmills on the grounds. You are able to climb in and on them. Interesting for a short visit.
Old Saaremaa windmills. Piece of Saaremaa old history. Nice restaurant in the same place. Good for and interesting for children and they parents. Maybe not the point to pay 3,50 EUR by person, because you can see most of this attractions from the road...
These five windmills are very photogenic and on most tourists' itineraries when visiting Saaremaa. There were very few people present when we visited in early March but the (free) car park had space for a large number of buses and cars which will no doubt be full in the summer. We decided to just take some photographs from the side... 更多