Türi museum

The museum in Türi was opened in 1995, although it was founded much earlier, as local history researchers have been engaged in this subject for several years. In the year 2000 the Türi museum was relocated and now shares one roof with the Estonian Broadcasting Museum. The museum illustrates the history of the railway, which constituted an important impulse for the development of Türi, as well as the history of the paper and pulp factory of Türi. You are welcome to visit the Türi museum Tuesdays to Saturdays. Interesting to know: •Visitors get an overview of the small pre-war enterprises - the brick factory and the ladies hairdressers as well as the garment factory •The museum also features temporary exhibitions providing delightful pictures of the hobbies and activities of people connected with Türi