Located within Estonia's Lahemaa National Park is Sagadi Manor, a structure dating back 500 years. Having undergone restoration, the manor is now a center of natural and cultural education and tourism. In the center of the Sagadi complex is the Sagadi Manor House itself, which contains a fascinating museum full of 19th-century furniture. The Sagadi hall is one of the best examples of noble life in those times thanks to its interior, ceiling paintings and unique trophy room.
Also on the manor grounds are the former granary and carriage house, which now function as the Forest Museum. The exhibitions and displays here introduce visitors to one of Estonia’s greatest treasures, its majestic forest.
Visitors can see how commoners lived by going to the Clothes Barn, which was once used for storing clothes and is the oldest wooden building of the complex. The Clothes Barn provides an overview of the tools, household objects and vehicles used in the manor.
The Sagadi Manor is located within Lahemaa National Park, which is about an hour outside of Tallinn. The address is Sagadi küla, Vihula vald, 45403 Lääne-Virumaa. The museum is open daily from 10am to 6pm. Tickets are 3 euros.