Pärna allee 14a, Audru alevik, Pärnu
Built in the 19th century, the Audru Manor complex has a park which is ideal for a peaceful walk and picnic. The park has been under heritage protection since 1958. Today, there is also a modern stage in the park. Initially, a smaller baroque park was built behind the mansion house, but little of it has survived. There is also a park forest on the right bank of the Audru River, where there is a memorial to the victims of World War II. By expanding the river, a recreation area with islands and a pond has been created, which is crossed by three beautiful suspension bridges.
When arriving by car, you can park at the Audru Museum (Pärna allee 14). You can also take bus No. 25 from Pärnu to Audru. The bus stops next to the park.