Saaremaa Food Festival - Exhibition: Spoon-silver, fork-gold!:

Exhibition: Hostess helpers!!

Exhibition beginning from 3.09|  Kuressaare castle exhibition hall


From 2016, during the Saaremaa Food Festival, was in the Saaremaa Museum exhibited at the Langebraun Factory’s Porcelain Art.  The interest to the exhibition was over the expectations, the idea was that it could continue and so the next was Estonia’s glass and ceramic. It is important to note that all exhibitions had islanders  the opportunity to watch around their homes and bring their own things to exhibition. One of the most important goals of the exhibition series is to introduce and value the consumer and art objects produced in Estonia from time to time, whether they are glass or something else.

Photo: Maanus Masing/ Saarte Hääl


This year, the focus is on old aids and machines that helped get food on the table.  The exhibition features exhibits from Jaan Mändmaa’s private collection. Jaan Mändmaa is a man who has built a unique home museum on his Miilaste farm in Kehila village in Saaremaa. The farm exhibits mainly maritime and fishing related ethnographic objects. Most of the old stock comes from the same farm, the rest is collected from other parts of Saaremaa and underwater expeditions. Thousands of items contain unique consumables and tools that have once been of great help in delivering a hostess.



Wednesday – Sunday  at 11.00-19.00 (cash desk is open from 11.00 to 18.00)


4 €/ person, with castle 8 €/ 1 person

The exhibition will remain open until 30 September!

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