Sangaste Castle

Sangaste Castle is one of the 21 Southern Estonian places worth discovering that are marked with a yellow National Geographic window; if you are interested in culture and history, it is definitely worth a visit.

Sangaste castle and park were fashioned after the famous Windsor castle in England. The magnificent halls, architecture and history of the castle make this a good place for a big wedding, get-togethers or spending the night in a genuine castle. The castle restaurant serves local food and real rye vodka made from Sangaste rye.

In addition to the castle, the stables, dairy, barn, water tower and arboretum are also open for visitors.

Sangaste Castle is one of the 21 Southern Estonian places worth discovering that are marked with a yellow National Geographic window; if you are interested in culture and history, it is definitely worth a visit.

Sangaste castle and park were

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  • Well preserved castle

    An awesome, well preserved castle. The entrance ticket is cheap (5 euros) but there is not much to see inside apart from the view from the tower.

  • Impressive, interesting background

    This is not really a castle but rather a grandiose mansion with an interesting history. There has been reconstruction undertaken and there are plans to do more. Fabulous show. Do take great care on...

  • Impressive castle/manor house

    We stopped by for a coffee and cake break taking in this impressive building silhouetted by the national geographic sign for pictures. The cake was good and the art collection interesting. It has...


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