Museum of Lihula is located in Läänemaa, along the Tallinn-Risti-Virtsu road, 110 km from Tallinn, 55 km from Haapsalu and Pärnu.
Museum is founded in 1995 and is situated in a manor-house which was built in the middle of the 19th century. Behind the manor-house stand the ruins of former Bishop's castle from the 13th century. Our different exhibitions give a review over the history of Lihula and South-Läänemaa. most interesting archaeological findings from the castle and Lihula area are exhibited. Visitors have admired our etnographic items characteristic only to West-Estonia - national costumes, rugs, lap robes and tools from Lihula area.
In summer we have different temporary exhibitions in museum.