Wild Bits

Exhibition is opened

25th of May - 15th of September

Summer period
Wednesday - Sunday, 12:00-19:00

20th of August CLOSED

Autumn period  (from September 1)
Saturday-Sunday, 12:00-19:00

* entrance will be closed an hour before closing time

Tickets

To ensure a smooth exhibition visit, we recommend purchasing the ticket in advance. Tickets on sale here.

On the spot, you can buy a ticket from your phone or from the exhibition information kiosk, which is located in the centre of the exhibition area.

Regular ticket 10€
Discount ticket 6€ (schoolchild, student, senior)
Family ticket 25€ (one or two adults and their underage children)
Ticket with donation 30€/50€

Free entrance:

● children of preschool age are welcome to the exhibition free of charge;

● disabled children under the age of 16 (with a document) and their

companions;

● profoundly or severely disabled people aged 16 and older (with a document)

and their companions;

● children from orphanages;

● visitor in a wheelchair and wheelchair attendant.

Group visit

For groups of ten or more members there is a discount (€8). Book a group visit:
wildbits@wildbits.ee or +372 5786 4474

Guided tours for groups

Guided tour 80€ (in English)
Guided tour 60€ (in Estonian)

Estimated tour duration: aroundup to 2 hours. Payment is based on an invoice. Cancellation is allowed up to 72 hours before the tour.

Guides can accommodate up to 20 people in one group. If there are more people, more guides should be booked to split the group.


Visiting time

We recommend taking 2 hours for the visit. About 3 km long walk in the countryside awaits the exhibition visitor. We also recommend dressing according to the weather and wearing comfortable shoes. Take a mosquito repellent and a sunscreen with you.

Accessibility

The event is partially accessible for guests with limited mobility and hearing-impaired guests and is welcoming to families with small children.

The exhibition is partially wheelchair accessible only with the attendant. There is an accessible parking space and accessible toilet on premises.

Well behaved pets are welcome on a leash.

Visitor safety

Attention, at the exhibition you will encounter nature and technology. Be respectful towards both! Be extra careful around moving artworks and keep an eye on your children!

There is video surveillance on the premises.

If you get lost or need help, then call: +372 53 795 797

Parking

Parking lot is situated on the side of the Maaritsa-Otepää road. Signs will lead you from the parking lot to the exhibition.

Handicap parking spots and bike locking spots are next to the gates of the exhibition, follow the signs on the road.

Arrival

Check guides for arrival here

Food & Drink

Since the exhibition is a journey, it is possible to rest your feet and grab a bite at the leisure area. There is an info kiosk with coffee, ice cream, cold lemonade, merch, exhibition catalogues and helpful exhibition assistants.

There is a water tap where you can fill your own water bottle. The kiosk is focused on light snacks and we encourage picnics around the area!

Here are also some suggestions for food in the neighbourhood: Elsa’s café (Elsa kohvik) and GMP Pühajärve restaurant (-10% discount with the exhibition ticket). We also recommend Munaka restaurant, Ugandi restaurant, and Vidrike guest house restaurant.


FAQ:

Can I bring my own food for a picnic?

Yes, it is allowed and even promoted. We have a nice picnic area you can use.

How can I visit ponies?
Ponimaa is the neighbouring farm of Maajama and there live ponies, Estonian horses, sheep, alpacas, some domestic birds and a donkey. To book a tour of Ponimaa, contact:
E-mail: ponimaa@ponimaa.ee
Phone: +372 513 0038, +372 501 0751


Weather

Estonian summer weather can be a bit moody. We recommend dressing according to the weather and wearing comfortable shoes. Check the forecast before you come to be prepared.

Full weather forecast

Meteogram