A manor history course
With more than 500 years of history, Sagadi manor complex is a shining example of Estonia's manor culture. Today, Sagadi is home to the Forest Museum, the Manor Museum, the Nature School, a hotel and a restaurant. We are located in the beautiful natural environment of Lahemaa National Park along with the most exquisite, restored manor complexes in Estonia including Palmse Manor and Vihula Manor, as well as several small dairy manors, in addition to Sagadi Manor. There are also numerous manor house ruins in the area.
During a three-day course, all those interested in manorial history will be able to learn about the history and architecture of manors as well as the lifestyles of the people who lived in them. Exciting lectures from experts are accompanied by programmes, guided tours and workshops. You will be able to taste manor foods and drinks and try out manor dances and handicrafts. The course also includes an authentic evening party in the manor house.
Time: September – May
Languages: Estonian, Finnish, English, Russian
Group size: 15 to 20
Experiences: Estonia’s most beautiful manor complexes, fun programmes and workshops
Duration/schedule: 3 daysDay 1
- Lecture: Estonia’s manors and lords
- Wine cellar programme
- Manor game ”Divide and Conquer!”
- North Estonian manor tour
- Manor programme “Timetravel to a Noble Party”
- A festive dinner
- Workshops: handicrafts and manor foods from a century ago
Price: 290 € per person
The price includes:
- Accommodation for two nights in two people sharing standard rooms in RMK’s Sagadi Manor Hotel.
- 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 2 dinners, including a festive dinner
- Programmes (instruction and materials)
- Transportation for the manor tour
Transfer from Tallinn to Sagadi and back to Tallinn for an additional fee of 90 € per person
Additional night: 70 € per room