Lotte Village is an exciting coastal community with colourful houses, home to warm-hearted and eccentric inventors: rabbits, dogs, cats, weasels, and many others based on the successful Estonian animated film of Heiki Ernits and Janno Janno Põldma.

In 2000, they created the TV series, Lotte Goes South, which was warmly received, and so in 2006 they made a feature-length animated film called Lotte from Gadgetville. This was followed by a second feature-length animated film in 2011 called Lotte and the Moonstone Secret.

Lotte Village is open to visitors in summer, but also in winter during the festive season. It is an exciting place for young and old alike. Gadgetville’s residents spend their time playing games, doing handicrafts, practicing sports and talking to younger visitors and their parents. Lotte Village also has a lively theatre scene. Every day, there are around 10 performances of big and small theatre pieces. Because every Lotte Village resident has their own worldview, temperament, and role, the characters show children how to deal with complicated issues through their own words, eyes, and humour.