Since 2014 the castle museum and exhibition hall in the basement level of Keila-Joa Castle has been opened for visitors. The museum’s permanent exhibition mainly consists of pieces introducing Keila-Joa Schloss Fall Castle history and its first owners: the Baltic German, Russian military officer and statesman, Count Konstantin Alexander Karl Wilhelm Christoph von Benckendorff (1781-1844), and Duke Grigory Petrovich Volkonsky, who was married to his daughter Maria. Next to this, there is a unique exhibition of the world anthems, which gives an excellent overview of the various national anthems, and their composers. Guests also have access to a diverse, carefully thought-through exhibitions that reflect different cultures, eras, art forms and seasonal exhibitions. The museum exhibits in the exhibition hall are continuously updated and they offer something to discover year-round.
Would you like to get to know the castle and its history more thoroughly, doing so with a professional guide? Let us know in advance about your interest and the number of participants, and our knowledgeable and highly trained guides will talk you through Keila-Joa Castle’s exciting and colourful life of five centuries, and all that in your preferred language!
Guided tour “Castle” takes place in the main building of the castle and is 1.5 hours. During summer, if weather permits, one part of the tour will take place, if desired, in the vicinity of the castle.
Tour price is 50 € (group of 1-35 people), plus the castle and museum entrance ticket price according to the number of participants. Guided tour takes place only on request.
Tours can be ordered in Estonian, Russian, English, German and Finnish.
According to the customer’s wishes we can change the content and the length of the tour.