Pargi allee 5, Keila-Joa alevik, Lääne-Harju vald, Harju maakond
This manor complex was built in 1833 in neo-gothic style according to the designs of Hans von Stackenschneider, who would go on to become one of the key representatives of the historicist style in Russia.
The manor has an amazing location – a rocky river with rapids runs through the valley, a 6 m waterfall and wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.
Museum and exhibition room welcome visitors every day. We offer guided tours and rent rooms for events. Restaurant Schloss Fall takes care of providing delicious meals.
Did you know...?
*The anthem of the Russian empire "God Save the Tsar!" was first performed for Tsar Nicholas I by its composer Aleksei Lvov at Keila-Joa.
The manor belongs in the National Registry of Cultural Monuments.
Those coming from Tallinn can pick between two routes. Kloogaranna highway brings you to Keila-Joa along the coast. Along Paldiski highway, you can reach Keila-Joa through Vääna. If you come from Keila, we advise driving on the Paldiski highway, until you reach Tõmmiku Road, which will take you to Keila-Joa.