The magnificent Neo-Renaissance style manor with a white main building was built during the time of G. J. Mannteuffel in 1881. In 1918, Julius Kuperjanov established a partisan battalion in Puurmani castle.
You can visit Puurmani castle and learn about its history in the course of the Forgotten Manors program during the visiting days in the summer. You can also order a tour of the manor house, manor park and the entire Jõgeva County. In the manor, we will look around different floors where you can see the countess’s boudoir, a secret door leading to the tower, as well as the count’s study and treasury. You can also order a night tour and catering.
Good to know: At present, the castle houses the Puurmani Upper Secondary School.
Seminar and party halls:
Puurmani manor is a great place for seminars and different celebrations, it is also a popular place for weddings. As the school is operating in the house, the rooms can be rented during weekends and school holidays.