Õisu Manor and Park

The Õisu Manor is an early classicist building which was built in the 18th-19th centuries after Empress Elizaveta Petrovna gave the manor to the widow of Admiral Peter von Sivers as a gift in 1744. The entrance and front yard of the manor house are framed by a semi-circular barn, stables and carriage house. Over its history, the building has also housed a dairy school and dairy. 

The Manor Park (11.4 ha) descends down several terraces behind the manor house and was designed in the English style by G. Kuphaldt. Some 85 different species of trees and bushes. The park is decorated with a group of sculptures "Youth", a fountain and three ponds. 

Features and amenities
  • Guide service available
  • Estonian
  • Amenities
  • Information boards
  • Information point
  • Site lighting
  • Free parking
  • WC
  • Recreation area/picnic ground
  • Additional services
  • Exhibition