Karuse Church

Karuse Church

Kinksi küla, Lääneranna vald 90130
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Karuse church is one of the oldest sacral buildings in Läänemaa – it was built in the 1260s as a fortress-church for the Livonian Order. Inside the church you should pay attention to the Baroque-style pulpit and altar. When walking around the churchyard you will see the trapezoid headstones originating from the 13th century and wheel crosses dating back to the 17th century. Interesting facts: It is likely that the master of the Livonian Order who was killed near Karuse in the sea ice battle with the Lithuanians is buried in the church.

Features and amenities


Site lighting
Free parking


Cash only

Getting there

Karuse church is located on Tallinn-Risti-Virtsu highway in Kinksi village right near the highway.

Nearby stops

Bus: Karuse Kalmistu


Sealed access road
By excursion bus
By car

Times and prices


7-day calendar

Saturday, Sunday 12:00 - 16:00


Observed from distance