Audru Museum

Our Local Heritage

The Audru Museum was established in 1996 and is located in two buildings of the former Audru manor complex – the summer manor, also known as the manager’s house and the wine cellar. On the museum’s second floor, there is a permanent exhibition that showcases the life of the Audru people through the centuries using items, writings, monuments, and more.

For example, the permanent exhibition features old-time embroidery, school supplies, wooden and birch bark utensils, and more interest. The courtyard museum is set up in the old Audru Manor wine cellar. It displays many old farming tools and vehicles, including a threshing machine.