We had a guided tour (in Estonian) here by a woman who has worked here for decades. She was very interesting and made good jokes too. The interior was very interesting, just like the stories. There is also a former manor park nearby, somewhat abandoned but it was interesting to walk there in a beautiful summer morning. There is also Allika hostel very close where to stay. As a school, it is probably not open to the public as such but somehow guided tours should be possible, at least in summertime.
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