Tori Horse Breeding Farm Museum

Tori Horse Breeding Farm Museum

Pärnu maantee 10, Tori alevik, Tori vald 86801
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The oldest horse breeding farm in Estonia, Tori started operating in 1856, still breeds Estonian and Tori horses. Here, you can get acquainted with the stable complex belonging to the beautiful manor ensemble of Tori and see the daily life of the farm. For the 165th anniversary of the Tori Horse Breeding Farm, the stable complex was renovated and a museum was opened with the exhibition Tori attic (Tori pööning). The exhibition features hidden treasures, stories and legends, and paintings by local artist August Pulst. Come and find out what kind of animals once lived in Tori Hell cave and exactly how tall Hetman, the father of all Tori horses, stood.

Features and amenities

National Park

Soomaa

Russian
English
Estonian

Amenities

WC
Free parking
Suitable for children
Information boards
Activities for children
Lift

Additional services

Instructor
Seminar
Souvenirs

Upon presentation of ITIC card
Estonian Museum Card

Getting there

We are located next to Pärnu maantee in the centre of Tori. The old manor stables are easy to recognise!

Nearby stops

Bus: Tori

Accessibility

Signposted
Sealed access road
By excursion bus
By public transport
By car

Times and prices

09.02.24

7-day calendar

Wednesday-Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
Adult 7.50€
Family ticket 15.00€
Pensioner 5.50€
University student 5.50€
School student 5.50€

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