Kernu mõis, Kohatu küla, Saue vald, Harju maakond
Kernu Manor appeared on the map on 31 August 1637. The manor house, however, was built between 1810 and 1813 by Bernhard Heinrich Conrad Ungern-Sternberg. The manor has operated as a schoolhouse, a hospital, and a nursing home. In front of the manor, there is the beautiful Kernu artificial lake and the indoors are unique thanks to the curtains and furniture from St John’s Lodge, which belongs to Queen Elizabeth II of England.
Today, the manor is a unique venue for concerts, theatrical performances, weddings, seminars, and celebrations. You can learn more about the history of the manor during pre-booked excursions.
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When coming by car, take the Pärnu highway and on the 36th kilometre, turn onto Krooning fuelling station. Take the road in front of the fuelling station and in a few hundred metres, you will see Kernu Manor on the other side of the artificial lake. When coming by bus, exit at the ’Kernu rahvamaja’ stop, walk on the village road in front of Krooning gas station, and in 1 kilometre, you will reach the manor.