A trip into the history of the city of Paldiski

A trip into the history of the city of Paldiski


The exciting and fascinating history of the city of Paldiski and the Pakri Peninsula along with the local nature are more than worth discovering as they offer many surprises.
Here you'll find a fortress of Peter the Great, the Muula hills, a lighthouse, Amandus Adamson Studio Museum, Leetse Manor, St. Nicholas' Church, St. George's Church, the Paldiski Naval School, and the cliffs.

In addition, you can see the rich heritage from the area's time as a military campus when civilians were prohibited from entering this town.
The programme can be adjusted to suit your specific needs!
Duration: up to 2 hours.

A bus tour: max 55 people
A walking tour: 10–25 people
A tour in Estonian: 45 euros.

Interesting fact: the area of Paldiski is the second largest in Estonia, second only to Tallinn, covering the peninsula in addition to the city.

Sites along route

Times and prices

Open all year round

Is open advance bookings only

Features and amenities

  • Food and drinks

Getting there

We can start from Paldiski's railway station (constructed in 1870) or whichever place suits you best.


  • Signposted
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car

Stops nearby

Bus: Paldiski
Train: Paldiski


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