Our Museum offers museum education classes and courses based on permanent exhibitions for all age groups, from kindergarten children to the elderly. The hands-on topics include: grains and rye bread, making butter, flax and flax products, eggs and poultry farming, honey, potatoes, a horse and other farm animals, and practical lessons for the technologically-minded.
Different handicrafts can be practiced at the Museum. There are a blacksmith's forge, wood carving workshop, weaving and paper processing workshops in the Workshop Gallery. Visitors can also take lessons and courses (e.g. blacksmith craft, restoration of wooden furniture, etc) or practice wood craving, making paper, designing cards, and so on.
The Forge (built in 1886) exhibits various blacksmith tools from different parts in Estonia. Courses and lessons on blacksmithing craft take place there.
The Bakery houses a huge baking oven. At the bakery, visitors can learn the art of baking sourdough rye bread and also churn butter. Cookery courses on Estonian national cuisine are also held there.