Roela alevik, Vinni vald, Lääne-Viru maakond
Roela Cone Hut Museum is an exciting place to visit to learn about the history of Estonian forestry.
The cone hut is located on the edge Mõdriku–Roela esker, Estonia’s longest esker. There is a section of the State Forest Management Centre’s Penijõe–Aegviidu–Kauksi hiking trail along the esker, where you can enjoy peace and quiet in the forest and learn about the local heritage culture.
There is a State Forest Management Centre’s information point in the museum, where you can find useful information about the recreational opportunities and places of interest both in the immediate vicinity and in the state forest further away. You can order a forest and heritage programme or explore the beautiful nature yourself.
On the 80th km on Tallinn–Narva road (E20), turn right towards Rakvere, drive on Rakvere–Haljala (No. 23) for 14 km, take the 1st exit in the direction of Mustvee, and drive 21 on Rakvere–Luige (No. 21) to Roela. The cone hut will be on your left and the parking lot is on the left side of the road.