Since 1988, Harju County Museum has called the former main building of Keila Manor its home. Museum is surrounded by a historical manor park with ruins of a small castle and a pre-historic sacrificial stone.
Its permanent exhibition on the life of Harju County takes you back through time in the midst of people's lives from centuries past. Fascinating archeological findings from the medieval fortress in Keila and monastery in Padise are on display.
Permanent exhibition is complemented by various temporary exhibitions on different subjects. Children have their own play room with nostalgic activities for the entire family.
Harju County Museum and its subsidiary in Paldiski, Amandus Adamson Studio Museum, can be visited with a joint ticket.