Juuru Church of St. Michael is dedicated to archangel Michael.
A triple window, which is rare in Estonia, located on the eastern side of the choir room of the building from the 14th century has partly preserved.
In the 19th century, the building got its appearance in neo-gothic style under the command of the architect Ervin Bernhard.
The Baroque pulpit was made at Chr. Ackermann’s workshop and the altar was made in the workshop of J. Rabe.
In the church garden, you can see five ring crosses made of limestone. One of them has the writing: ‘Sihn maggab Paia Jost üx auwus vannamees…’ (Here sleeps Paia Jost, one honest old man ...).
The south gate of the church garden has a sundial.
Here is the burial place of the family of Admiral A. J. Krusenstern, a world traveller.
Times and prices 01.06–31.08
Friday 12:00 - 18:00
Saturday 12:00 - 18:30
Sunday 11:00 - 12:00
Is open advance bookings only