The manor will be open starting from 9 a.m., so that you can take your time to park your car and enjoy your morning coffee in the Manor Cafe.
Opening words in front of the manor.
Battle reenactment by Front Line Estonia in the manor courtyard.
Mass start in front of Kolga Manor. The length of the routes is 7, 15, and 30 kilometres.
In the manor and on the routes one can take part in several workshops – birch bark, leather craft, and fire making workshops, for instance.
In the woodwork workshop in front of the production house of Nordic Houses one can make one’s own bird house.
You are welcome to visit the Manor Cafe in the main building or see what other caterers who have set up their vending stalls outside have to offer.
It is also possible to buy food on the caterers on the hiking routes.
On the first floor of the manor house there is the Old Time Fair.
On the second floor there is the Thematic Cinema where it is possible to see seven documentaries by the second President of Estonia, writer and film director Lennart Meri.
On the second floor there are thematic exhibitions.
Everyone is welcome to visit the Kolga Manor Gallery (first floor) and Kolga Museum (in the Steward’s House).
On the second floor one can have their picture taken in the true fashion of the era.
It is also possible to let a calligrapher write your name on your diploma (first floor).
Those brave enough are welcome to try out the hot sauna on the hiking route. (Make sure that you take your towel with you!)
All routes go through the premises of Kolga School, where there is a charity sale.
On finishing, all hikers will get a diploma.
COSTUME AWARD! We encourage the boldest and bravest ones of you to dress up in costumes of the era, even if it means that you have to carry a fake rifle as a prop. As last year, the best costumes will be generously awarded!
SELFIE CONTEST! There is also a selfie contest! Take a cool selfie while attending the event and post it on Facebook wall. At the end of the day, we will announce the best selfie!
PARTICIPATION FEE: Please note that the participation fee is 2 euros (no fee for children up to 12 years old). The fee can only be paid in cash (preferably coins). All vendors at the fair also take only cash. The nearest ATMs are in Loksa or in Kuusalu (both ca 15 kilometres away from Kolga).
Should you come by car, please leave some time for parking arrangements.
* The organisers reserve the right to make changes in the programmei.