Harju County Museum is located at Keila, nearly 25 kilometres from Tallinn.
The trip from Tallinn’s main railway station (Balti jaam) to Keila takes 30 minutes. Lines Tallinn-Paldiski, Tallinn-Keila or Tallinn-Riisipere. Stop Keila. The timetable can be found on the webpage www.elron.ee
It takes approximately 20 minutes to get from Keila railway station to the museum on foot. Walk back towards Tallinn and take the direction towards the church tower. Pass the church from the right, cross the rail road, and continue walking straight ahead until you reach Harju County Museum.
The car trip from Tallinn takes approximately 30 minutes (Route 8) along Tallinn – Paldiski highway. The tower of Keila St. Michael’s Church functions as an excellent landmark, if you use Route 8 or 11.
From the museum it is easy to continue the trip to the direction of Paldiski, West-Estonia and or Pärnu. From Keila it takes about 30 minutes to Paldiski (Route 8), 1 hour to Haapsalu (Route 9) and 1,5 hours to Saaremaa Island (Route 9 and 10) or Pärnu.
There is free parking in the car park next to and behind the building. The bicycle stand is situated in front of the museum.