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Põltsamaa’s stone fortress was constructed on the banks of the river in 1272. Between 1570 and 1578 it was the residence of Livonia’s King Magnus. Repeatedly pillages, the castle was rebuilt by Woldemar Johann von Lauw in the 18th century as a grand rococo-style palace. The castle, and the church built into its cannon tower, burnt down in 1941. The church was restored by 1952, and the castle ruins came under preservation during the 1970s.
Did you know…? – The forecourt of the castle hosts open air events – The round courtyard holds a tourist information point and Põltsamaa Museum; a wine cellar with a food museum; handicraft shops: Katre Meistrikoda, Kersti Kangrukoda; the pART Gallery; clay, handicraft and other workshops; and the castle’s restaurant.
You can learn about the history of the castle and also book a guide from Põltsamaa Museum: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph (+372) 775 1390, 529 3307.
Seminar and party halls:
Põltsamaa castle restaurant Konvent has a really nice interior and is suitable for seminars, concerts and different celebrations. Up to 100 seats. Catering on request. Tourism groups are warmly welcome to order lunch and dinner tables!
The castle yard and the stage can also be rented for parties and other events.