Aidu Altar of Victory
The Aidu Altar of Victory is a memorial to the War of Independence. One of the most important battles of the War of Independence was held near the Aidu village in 1919. A memorial was opened on June 23, 1929, which was reopened 60 years later. This also marks the spot how far a soldier of the Red Army managed to invade.
Põltsamaa Museum is located within the walls of the ancient Põltsamaa Ordensburg. Põltsamaa Museum gives an overview of the glorious past of the stronghold, town and the parish: Interesting facts: During the Livonian War the castle was the residence of the King of Livonia In the 19th century the castle was a Rococo style castle, a flourishing centre of culture and industry.
Põltsamaa Adventure Park
Põltsamaa Adventure Park is located in WPark, a summer mecca that offers active holidays, adventure, and fun water sports. Our adventure park is built on 9-metre-high pillars, which makes it one of the most unique adventure parks in Estonia. Climbing is done floor by floor, and each new level brings more excitement and challenges. There are 60 platforms in total and at the end there's a 130 m long zipline to the small island on Lake Kamari. One of the advantages when coming with friends, family or colleagues is that you can stay together and support each other while climbing. [...]
Kuremaa Swimming Pool Guesthouse
The Kuremaa Swimming Pool Guesthouse is located in the lovely village of Kuremaa, next to with the neighbouring Kuremaa Manor and Park, the Kuremaa Swimming Pool and Kuremaa Beach. The guesthouse is popular with large tourist groups and athletes in sports camps, as the guesthouse is geared especially towards their needs.
Kuremaa Castle and Park
Kuremaa Classicist manor house was built in 1837-1843 by the von Oettingen family. The manor house was designed by the architect E. J. T. Strauss from Tartu. There is also a room for a museum in the castle which gives an overview of the region and of the history of Kuremaa Agricultural School. At present the rooms of the castle are used for organising conferences. The park rich in species descends towards lake Kuremaa which attracts visitors with its well-kept beach and possibilities for taking a rest.
Siimusti Ceramics shop
Siimusti Ceramics shop sells its own products: mugs, bowls, candle holders, cream jugs, butter cans, and much, much more. The selection includes ceramics in one colour as well as with different patterns. The product range is varied and wide, and everyone will definitely find something to their liking!
Guesthouse at the Village Elder Carl Schmidt’s House
Carl Schmidt's House, the light-coloured 2-storey wooden guesthouse, is located in the heart of the small town of Põltsamaa in Central Estonia, 1 km from the Tallinn-Tartu road. The guesthouse's cafe and restaurant for up to 100 persons are located on the ground floor and all bedrooms for up to 45 persons are on the first floor. Did you know that the house was named after the former village elder Carl Schmidt, who was active in many areas of local life. Schmidt's house is a historical building — it used to house the first school in Põltsamaa. The first newspaper, Põltsamaa [...]
Paduvere Farm Museum
The museum introduces the life led by farmers in the 18th century and the everyday lives and work of our forefathers. There are five oak sculptures created by St Petersburg artist Grigori Azarenkov by the museum. The museum is surrounded by beautiful landscapes, which make it a popular venue for folk parties and theatre performances.
Monument and memorial park to Betti Alver
The park and monument dedicated to Betti Alver were opened with a ceremony on the writer's 90th birthday in 1996. This is not a traditional bust of a writer, but a symbol focussed on creation. The poet's autograph, signature in stone, is in the base of the monument. The monument as a whole depicts the airy lightness, classic strictness and energetic striving of the poet's works, but also shows contrasts, suppressing and destructive forces. The general image of the monument represents Betti Alver's fate and story.