illustratsioonEstonian Bicycle Museum is situating in Väätsa, in the middle part of Estonia - 8,5 kms to West from Paide (county centre) and 10,5 kms to North from Türi (important road junction, railway station). Museum address is: Pikk 9 Väätsa Järvamaa Estonia Open:  Fri, Sat, Sun  11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Other days and times by preliminary agreement (, +372 514 3262)

Tillustratsioonicket prices:
  • ordinary (adult) ticket  7 €
  • students (incl. pupils), pensioners (retirees), visitors who arrive with a bicycle   5 €
  • children until the age of eight 0 €
  • family ticket 19 €
  • group discount - more than 10 persons -10%, more than 20 persons -20%
  • guided tours –  20 €

Free entrance is admitted to:

  • museum employees
  • visitors who arrive with a pre-1944-made  bicycle
  • members of ICOM and ICOMOS


There are about a hundred historical bicycles in our museum. We cover the Estonian story of use of bicycles from the very beginning until the 1980s (the end of Soviet period). There are exposed three freight bicycles,  five motorized bicycles, a railway bicycle, a bicycle with a sidecar, a lot of children bicycles etc.

illustratsioonThe museum is situating in Väätsa historical municipality house, which is rebuilt in 1893 from medieval winter road tavern. We have there six exhibition rooms in our museum house - green room, red room, blue room, yellow room, white hall and upper room. The main emphasis of the exposition is on the pre-WWII era  – the Bicycles´ Golden Era in Estonia when here in Estonia was a considerable domestic bicycle industry. We also expose  a lot of German bicycles and Swedish bicycles which were imported to Estonia in these times. Beside to this, we also provide a brief overview of the Soviet period in the 1950s-80s. The museum is based on the huge private collections of our members.