Arvo Pärt Center
The Arvo Pärt Center is the personal archive, information and music center of composer Arvo Pärt. It is an open meeting place for musicians, researchers and music lovers – all those who are interested in his work or world of thought. It was founded by the composer and his family with the desire to create opportunities for preserving and interpreting Arvo Pärt’s creative heritage in his native language environment, Estonia.
Arvo Pärt Center is located in Laulasmaa, 35 kilometers from Tallinn, on a naturally beautiful peninsula, on the edge of a pine forest.
Kõltsu manor or Wellenhof (translated mourning manor) was one of the smallest manors in the former Keila parish, which was designed on the lands of Põllküla manor in 1806.
Kõltsu manor is open to dignified events. The manor’s premises are suitable for meetings, seminars, trainings and conferences, as well as for festive receptions and anniversaries. The rooms can accommodate 50 people.
Schloss Fall, the historic Estonian knight’s castle Keila-Joa castle in the Neo-Gothic style, revived in 2013, when after a thorough renovation, its doors were reopened to guests. Three years later, a boutique hotel with luxurious and stylishly furnished luxury suites, an excellent restaurant, an exciting museum and a wine cellar with well-selected wines opened.
The Keila-Joa Castle Museum hosts many different art exhibitions, and weddings, birthdays as well as concerts and theatre performances are held in the magnificent halls of the castle.