Estonian roads have evolved essentially during last 100 years thanks to ideas, creativity and work of dozens of people. Machines, plants and devices, unique in the context of Estonia road history and manufactured by local master workmen, are brought out in the book.
Maanteemuuseumi uisuväljaku avamine lükkub edasi, kuniks taas külmakraade oodata on!
From 1 June to the 31 August, if you present a ticket of one of these museums, you receive a 20% discount from the other.
WasteArt project partners invite you to the International art exhibition “NOT out of sight, NOT out of mind”. The exhibition will be open to the public from June 20th 2020 at the Estonian Road Museum in Varbuse Kanepi parish.
Road Administration, Road museum, Järvamaa Vocational Education Centre and veteran road builders started restoration of V-1, the first Estonian self-propelled grader, manufactured in 1948.
This weekend, February 7-9, Estonian Road museum introduces itself among other exhibitors in Tallinn on Tourest travel trade fair. This time one of the showiest exhibits – BMW cut in half – comes along.
On January 24 in Valga the Estonian Road museum presented its new permanent Machinery Hall exhibition, which was opened 5 months ago, at an annual Museum Association conference.