Noarootsi handicraft boutique HEIN and tourist information point
The Noarootsi relief is surrounded by approximately 100 km of coastline and made unique by the cultural heritage of the Estonian-Swedish culture and the parallel village names in Swedish. The Noarootsi pastorate is located in Hosby Village and was built in 1635 according to a church report. The building is one of the oldest preserved wooden buildings in Lääne County.
Today, the pastorate operates as a tourist information point and handicraft boutique HEIN which sells local handicraft during the summer. There is also a permanent exhibition of old farmsteads in Noarootsi villages. In addition, various workshops are held, such as workshops on natural cosmetics and consumer ceramics with plant-based printing.