Toolse Order Castle

The Order castle of Toolse is one of the more recent medieval castles on the northern coast of Estonia, it is also the castle located closest to the sea. The initial fortified manor house was probably erected by the order in the 14th century with the purpose of protecting the port, trade location and routes. During the Livonian war the castle passed on through many hands and finally ended up in the possession of Swedish troops. It was entirely destroyed in the Northern war in the beginning of the 18th century.
Today inside the ruins: · Excursions are offered providing insight into history · An exciting adventure path was created · A pirate ship · Treasure quests and games of skill are organised on advance notice

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  • Derettens Derettens
    Atmospheric coastal ruins

    Only if you have an interest in the Teutonic Knights and their Order Fortresses, enjoy atmospheric ruins, and are in the locality and it is NOT raining, Toolse is worth seeing. The car park is free...

  • Leraa430 Leraa430
    Great views, swans everywhere

    Toolse is a must see in the North Estonian area. This old ruins are in the middle of nowhere and you can see plenty of swans if you arrive at the right time. It's kept very clean, lots.of flowers and...

  • dast213 dast213
    größer und spannender als erwartet

    Ruine ist direkt an der Ostsee gelegen. Informative Schilder sind an verschiedenen Stellen anufgestellt, Text immer auch in englisch.

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