Prangli Museum is a privately-owned museum and all the exhibits have been gathered from the local community. The Museum was founded in 2009 and a bit later, in 2012, the nature centre was opened. Entrance fee is 2 euros. In the museums permanent exhibition you can see various items from the island and old photographs of Prangli as well as Aksi Island. You can also purchase the handicraft made by Prangli women. The museum also provides information about seal and bird hunting on the island and you can find out about the endangered species here as well as the source of natural gas. One of the exhibits of the museum might be the wooden leg of a real pirate. Or it might possibly be the leg of the local farmer who had the skills to make a leg like that.