The smell of apples and cultural history at Piesta Kuusikaru Farm in Vändra forest in Pärnu County

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Modern farm production and rich cultural heritage are combined at Piesta Kuusikaru Farm in Vändra forest in Pärnu County. The local family restored the farm that belonged to their entrepreneurial ancestors and they now welcome guests and showcase their small production: from making juice to creating a brand.
During the tour, we will explore the apple garden and apple house, where Piesta apple products are made (guests can also try them out). We will also tell exciting stories about the history of the farm – including stories about Papa Jannsen, Juhan Liiv, and Joosep Toots.
Visiting the farm (which is nearly 150 years old) during the ESTONIA 100 anniversary year is a perfect way to revisit the story of the formation of the Estonian nation.

Sites along route
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    Piesta Kuusikaru Farm Shop

    Souvenirs, handicraft

    PIESTA-KUUSIKARU, Kullimaa küla, Põhja-Pärnumaa vald, Pärnu maakond 87611

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Times and prices
02.01–30.12

Is open advance bookings only

Features and amenities
Getting there

Drive from Vändra towards Vihtra, turn right onto Kullimaa road and continue for 3 km. You will see the dark grey buildings of Piesta Kuusikaru Farm on your left.

Access
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Püti
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