Lahemaa National Park and information point

Lahemaa National Park was founded in 1971 for the preservation, research, and introduction of the North-Estonian nature and cultural heritage, biodiversity, landscapes, national culture, and conservative natural management. It protects historical and architectural monuments, and the ecosystems of forests, swamps, and beaches.

Lahemaa is one of the most important reserve forests in Europe.

The RMK Lahemaa information point is located at the Palmse Manor's stable-carriage house at the RMK Lahemaa Visitor Centre, and it is possible to get information and publications about the National Park and the North-Estonian Recreation Area, visit an exhibition there, or watch a slide show about Lahemaa.

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  • Satu56 Satu56

    Place to relax

    Not so far from Tallinn you find this peaceful National Park. Many old buildings are restaured and kept well. Manors on this area offer hotel rooms in truly special enviroments. Restaurants can be...

  • Jacek U Jacek U

    Pure nature.

    If you want to break out of Tallinn, go east to the Lahemaa National Park. It's ~1h car ride and you reach beautiful woods, amazing small villages with breathtaking views and much more. You can spend...

  • ar_putniem ar_putniem

    Off the beaten track

    National park contains lots of nice hidden spots by the sea. Warmly recommended if you are geocaching or Soviet military heritage enthusiast.


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