Oru Park in Toila

Lossiplatsi tänav-3, Pühajõe küla, Toila vald, Ida-Viru maakond

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Oru Park and the grand palace in the beautiful valley of the River Pühajõgi was built by Grigori Jelissejev – one of the wealthiest men in 19th century Russia. In 1935, three Estonian industrialists bought the palace and park, and gifted it to President Päts to be used as his summer residence. The palace was destroyed during the Second World War.
Today, you can walk in the well-marked and well-maintained park, look at various species of trees and shrubs, explore Hõbeallika (Silver Spring) Cave, as well as enjoy the sea view and the sunset from the Swallow's Nest.
Good to know: Oru Park Promenade, organised annually in August, has become a tradition.

Times and prices
Open all year round

24 hours

Features and amenities
  • Food and drinks

  • Wheelchair access

Getting there

Take the Tallinn-Narva highway. When driving from Jõhvi towards Narva, cross the Pühajõgi River and follow the signpost for Toila (5.4 kilometres). Drive along Merepuiestee until you reach the entrance of Oru Park. There is a bus stop and a parking lot on your left. You can reach the gates of the park by car or bus, but you can only walk in the park. In the park, you can only drive to the port area. In summer, parking costs in the immediate vicinity of Toila Park and the beach.

Access
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Toila
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putukasmutukas

putukasmutukas

Beautiful views and great history

We walked from 2 bear gates via linden avenue. Nice walk, not very long, to the old manor place. I really recomend virtual reality tour, takes things to another level.

Kaire L

Kaire L

"Must go" attraction

Very nice walk through the Gates of 2 Bears, along oak alley and then all the sudden - perfect garden with breathtaking view. Well spent time.

Globetrotter045

Globetrotter045

Beautiful park

Once upon a time there was the magnificent palace Oru surrounded by a huge park. Sadly the palace was bombed in WO II, but the lovely park remains. It is a very picturesque park with old trees, a...

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