Pärnu Mud Baths

Ranna puiestee 1, Pärnu linn, Pärnu

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The neoclassicist building of the Mud Baths is one of the most important symbols of the Pärnu resort. The building was designed by Olev Siinmaa and Baltic German designers Erich von Wolffeldt and Aleksander Nürnberg; it was constructed in 1926-1927 in place of a bathing house that burned down in World War I. The history of the Pärnu Mud Baths but also of the resort can be traced back to 1838, when the bathing house by the sea offered warm sea baths in the summer and hot sauna in the winter.

In the Soviet era, the Mud Baths started to serve the health of the working people; after Estonia's independence, it became deserted and lost its function. In 2014, a cosy boutique spa was opened in the historic mud baths building.

Times and prices
Open all year round

Is open every day: 09:00 - 21:00

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Getting there

In the beach district of Pärnu at the end of the Supeluse street. Rannahotell and Kuursaal are right next to it.

  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
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Bus: Rannapark
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Interesting historical place

Interesting historical place to visit. It really looks like Soviet health camp where politicians gain strength. As well good and nice site to walk around.



SPA near see!

Offer exceeded expectations. Wonderful hotel, excellent breakfast and all day spa. Walks along the sea, Old Town with interesting cafes. Staff responsive. Evening restaurant offer is very...

Vita M

Vita M

Nice stay

excellent massage staff, facilities ans everything else. Very amazing stay with friends, good relax.

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