It hosts exhibits about the history of the island, the life and times of famous local captain, Kihnu Jõnn, and a collection of paintings by the renowned artist, Jaan Oad. Across the road from the museum you'll find the Kihnu Orthodox church and cemetery.
Grocery store. Fresh food from Pärnu arrives on Mondays and Fridays.
29m high and located in the southernmost headland in Kihnu.
Sauna; Grill; Bicycle rent; Fishing trip; Car tour.
Sauna (20 €/h); Bicycle rent; Fishing trip (85€).
Sauna; Bicycle rent; Fishing trip;
Sauna; Bicycle rent; Free WiFi.
For many years, the men of Kihnu have been frequently gone to sea while the women ran the island and became the guardians of the island's cultural heritage which includes handicrafts, dances, games and music. Unlike men, they also wear their national costumes in everyday life. So it's quite normal to see an old woman dressed in traditional clothing driving a motorbike or even a tractor. UNESCO proclaimed Kihnu's cultural space and traditions as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity on November 7, 2003.