Raadi Manor

Raadi manor, which stands on the border between Tartu city and municipality, can be considered to have had its glory days in the first half of the 19th century when it was frequented by many famous musicians and artists. Raadi manor stood out by its rich collection of art, its library, and its salon nights.

Premises of the Estonian National Museum at Raadi are a unique area: on the one hand, you have the grand manor complex of Raadi, on the other hand, the Museum's timber storages built out of former ancillary buildings of the manor, manor's water tower that is open to visitors and ice cellar, as well as the restored enclosure wall. At the centre of the manor complex, you find Raadi Lake, which is natural in origin, and the restored manor park.

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