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Palmse Manor (Palmse Mois)

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Palmse Manor (Palmse Mois) is one of several manors within Estonia's Lahemaa National Park. This baroque structure is now an open-air museum and was the first fully restored manor complex in the country. The first documentation of the Palmse Manor was in 1287 when it was part of Tallinn's St. Michael's nunnery, but after that ownership changed hands several times. Today it is managed by the Foundation Museums of Virumaa, and all of its buildings are under state protection as architectural monuments.

At the museum, visitors can learn about Estonian manor life and architecture while surrounded by the natural beauty of the park. There are various activities at the manor designed for children, history enthusiasts, adventurers and romantics, as the open-air space includes parks, gardens and historical buildings, as well as a Palm House, a wine cellar, a cafe and a tavern serving national dishes. It is also a popular venue for exhibitions, plays, concerts, training events, conferences, weddings and receptions. For visitors who want a longer visit, there is an onsite guesthouse that can hold up to 44 people.

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Daily 10am-7pm
Vihula vald, Lääne-Virumaa, Estonia
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Lahemaa national park in Estonia

Lahemaa national park in Estonia

I am very proud of my country and wish to share my feelings with newcomers. Estonia is also represented as E-stonia, as we are strong in recycling and nature preservation. Lahemaa national park is the best representative of our efforts for this. By the way, It is the first national park of Estonia and the whole Soviet Union. It accumulates not also great variety of nature but local seamen villages and nobility manors. On our way to Lahemaa we will make brief stops at burial mounds of 800bc, waterfall, windmill, cozy stronghold.
  • 8 to 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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