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MUSEUMS

Türi Museum
Vabriku alley 11, Türi
muuseum@tyri.ee
www.tyri.ee/muuseum
tel. +372 385 7429, + 372 5343 4513
Open: Tue-Sat 10 am – 5 pm (except national holidays)
At other times, visits are possible if pre-arranged

Türi Museum is situated in the attic of a one-time workers’ house of the paper mill. Attics have always been exciting places, where generations have been collecting things worth keeping. The permanent exhibition tells about the development of the town and parish through its people and businesses. Temporary exhibitions add flavour to the histories of local people. Audio guides in four languages (English, Finnish, Russian and Estonian) can be used. The Museum invites to take part in various educational programmes and Museum Hours both for adults and children.


Estonian Broadcasting Museum
Vabriku alley 11, Türi
rhmuuseum@rhmuuseum.ee
www.rhmuuseum.ee
tel. +372 385 7055, + 372 513 9985
Open: Tue-Sat 10 am - 5 pm (except national holidays)
At other times, visits are possible if pre-arranged

Türi was chosen as the location for the Broadcasting Museum due to the fact that in 1937 the most modern transmission station in Europe at the time was erected here, and Estonian Broadcasting started programmes with the daily call: „ Hello, hello, Tallinn, Tartu and Türi here!“ Permanent exhibition at the museum gives an overview of the history of Estonian broadcasting from the first trial broadcasts until today. Visitors can see and compare radio sets dating back to different decades, also the equipment for producing and broadcasting programmes, also learn about the history of national broadcasting. Guided tours and educational or entertaining programmes can be booked at Estonian Broadcasting Museum for families or groups of both adults and children. Ask for a personal offer.

Kalender
September 2017
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