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Glehn's Castle in Tallinn, Estonia
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Glehni loss in Tallinn, Estonia
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Glehn's Castle in Tallinn, Estonia
Glehni loss in Tallinn, Estonia

    Glehn's Castle

    Built by Nikolai von Glehn in 1886 and set a forested park, this castle provides a perfect escape from city centre bustle.

    Though it was destroyed during World War I, the romantic, towering edifice was restored by art groups and students of Tallinn Technical University from 1966-1977 and has since become a favourite spot for various ceremonial and anniversary events. The medieval-style castle has several storeys and plenty of rooms for various events such as training sessions, seminars, conferences (50 - 240 seats), presentations, receptions for up to 250, concerts, banquets and weddings.
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    TripAdvisor logo tripadvisor rating 4.0 of 5

    based on 14 reviews

    • Nice location - couldn't get inside

      tripadvisor rating 3 of 5
      October 20, 2018 By Happiness717261

      We visited Glehn Castle a couple times trying to see the inside and it was closed both times. Though, the surrounding area was beautiful so we had fun anyhow.

    • Fairytale Castle in an enchanted forrest.

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      July 18, 2018 By espengees

      Situated in a forrest in the outskirts of Tallinn, this historical castle is worth a visit on a day out.

    • Историческая достопримечательность

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      March 2, 2020 By marinav0lk

      Интересная история, красивая постройка, парк для прогулок с обсерваторией (закрытой) и несколькими своеобразными скульптурами. К сожалению, закрыт для посещения