The visitors of the chicory museum can hear stories about chicory farming in the coastal villages of Lake Peipus and examine chicory farming tools. The museum is located in a chicory drying basement, which was built in 1893. At the heart of the museum, there is a chicory drying oven from the same year. The museum also has chicory beds where visitors can see it growing and blooming (from July). In addition to visiting the museum, guests can try chicory coffee and/or foods. You can also buy chicory products, such as coffee, honey, bread, soaps, etc.