Sõrve Visitor Centre

Museum in Southwest Coast

For all the money that's clearly been spent on this whiz-bang centre in Sääre's old lighthouse-keeper's residence, it's not particularly interesting – for non-Estonian speakers at least. Displays are split over several floors and include a lighthouse room, a nature room and a sea room (devoted to shipwrecks and the rescue service). There's also a children's playroom. The first lighthouse was built here in 1646, although the current black-painted incarnation only dates to 1960.

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