The construction of the main building of the manor started in 1853 by Clas Gustav Reinhold von Ramm and completed in 1864. The design of the building is dominated by the neo-Gothic style.
To this day, the main building of the manor has been preserved almost in its original form, there are also some outbuildings: a stable for riding horses, a smithy and a barn, which are located along an entrance drive.
Risti (Harju-Risti) church
The construction of the church began on the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries by the Cistercian monks of Padise Monastery. The oldest part of the church is the choir room on the east side.
The construction work was completed in the first half of the 15th century, when the church hall was finished and the choir room was vaulted. The hall of the Church is similar to the underground chapel of Padise Monastery.
Vihterpalu manor in Harju County is a perfect place for holding various events.
Just one hour’s drive from Tallinn the manor can host weddings, large parties, meetings and other events.