Kernu Manor

Lng: 24.492183923721313 , Lat: 59.15669260184953


Kernu manor has operated as a schoolhouse, a hospital, and a nursing home. In front of the manor, there is the beautiful Kernu artificial lake and the indoors are unique thanks to the curtains and furniture from St John’s Lodge, which belongs to Queen Elizabeth II of England.
Today, the manor is a unique venue for concerts, theatrical performances, weddings, seminars, and celebrations. You can learn more about the history of the manor during pre-booked excursions.

Additional information

Manor Cafe Ludvig is open
Fridays and Saturdays 12:00 – 20:00
Sundays 12:00 – 18:00
Kernu Manor
20  years of manor music and patronage in the 100 years old Estonian Republic at the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. 
“Best manor story teller” prize by Estonian Manor Association.
The charity concert series “Estonian Manors” is the crown jewel of the agency Corelli Music. It’s a unique cultural phenomenon that brings together the romantic experience of visiting manors, architectural treasures and beautiful music from the golden ages combined with patronage. This popular event takes place every summer for twenty years already. 
 In its 20thyear since 1999, the yearly and successful concert series “Estonian Manors” has introduced 85 manors all over Estonia and has every year supported a little manor school, an orphanage, a nursing home for elderly people, the Maarja Village Foundation and Tartu University Hospital Children’s Foundation. In the summer of 2018 more manors from different corners of the land of Mary will be added to the list. This summer, the donations of audience and patrons will be given to the Ruila Manor School for small zither foundation. 
Fri, 20th of July 2018 at 6 pm Maarjamäe castle (Tallinn)
Fri, 27th of July 2018 at 6 pm Kernu manor (Hageri parish, Harju county)
Sat, 28th of July 2018 at 4 pm Mädapea manor (Rakvere parish, Viru county)
Sun, 29th of July 2018 at 5 pm Ruila manor (Hageri parish, Harju county) 
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