The earliest records of Kolga Manor date back to the 13th century, when it belonged to Danish King Valdemar II's son, Duke Kanut, who ruled over the Estonian Dukedom. Even today the main building retains some of the grandeur of that time.
Kolga Museum, which forms part of the main building, showcases the history and rich cultural heritage of Kuusalu Parish. In addition to the permanent exhbition there are also season exhibitions.
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*Led by a guide, you can explore the many rooms of Kolga Manor, enjoy the views and rolling landscape of Muuksi Hill which sits atop the Northern estonian klint and venture into Turje cellar and other exciting places.
Great historicale buildings that need maintenance. Information in multiple languages about its past, present and future is recommendable. Funding or local investment can make this milestone in local...
Unfortunately there is nothing to see except the exterior of the manor buildings. Disappointment in every way. The village itself is insignificant.
Kolga used to be the largest manor of Estonia. The building is huge, you could say palatial. But it is just a shell in ruins. Everything is closed up. The museum, the restaurant, the accommodation...