Svartå Manor is one of the most prestigious manors in Finland, and its eventful history is over 200 years long. Nowadays the manor functions as a museum and its interiors have been meticulously restored to their original form, with details such as decorated tile stoves and numerous artworks.
The main building is surrounded by one of the largest private parks in Finland. The lush park was crafted with a baroque style originally in the 18th century. The park and the Manor lie near the old ironworks village of Svartå.
A guided tour in the Manor and other events
You can get to know the history and interesting stories behind the people behind the Manor by booking a guided tour. The tour is 45 minutes long, and can be arranged in addition to Finnish and Swedish in English, German, French or Russian if so agreed beforehand. The tour can be adapted according to your interests, focusing more in for example furniture, art, family history or ghost stories and anecdotes. During winter season the Manor is open on request and on the days when special events are held. You can find more information and the prices list here.
Please check out the other guided tours, upcoming events and activities here.
Summer theater in Svartå Manor
The outside summer theater lies amid the beautiful Svartå Manor’s baroque style park, in the shadows of the lush trees surrounding it, and Svartå River flows right next to it. Get your tickets here and see the event calendar here.
Hotel, restaurant, parties and conferences
The Svartå Manor hotel has 30 double rooms, eight single rooms and one two storey hotel suite with a terrace and a beautiful view to the river. Every room is equipped with a bathroom and a shower.
The restaurant Slottskrogen has around 70 seats.
Conference rooms: the Pavilion has 120 seats and standing places for 200 people. Three other conference rooms for 20/25/60 people.
For information about weddings and parties, check here.
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