Keila-Joa Loss Schloss Fall: muuseum, butiikhotell & restoran

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Permanent exhibition

The museum's permanent exhibition mainly consists of pieces introducing Keila-Joa Schloss Fall Castle history and its first owner: 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. Count Benckendorff was in the service of three Russian Tsars: Paul I, Alexander I and Nicholas I. He was a recognized Russian commander and statesman, gaining special recognition for the Russian-French war in 1812 and known as a hero during the Russian war moves in Europe in 1813-1814. Benckendorff's great military career culminated in 1829, when he was awarded an infantry general's rank and given a place in the State Council and the Committee of Ministers. In 1832 Tsar Nicholas I named his loyal ally and an outstanding commander and statesman Count Benckendorff. In 1827 Count Benckendorff became the owner of Keila-Joa Manor and land, and on his order a gorgeous Neo-Gothic castle was founded here in 1833.

The permanent exhibition includes a unique anthems museum, the idea of which was born because of the legend that in 1833 the imperial Russian national anthem was first played in Keila-Joa Schloss Fall Castle. Anthems museum offers a good overview of all the world's national anthems and their composers. Visitors have the opportunity to listen to all the anthems.

If booked ahead, we organize tours of Keila-Joa Castle and courtyard for groups and individuals in various foreign languages. The length and the focus of the tours varies and can be adjusted to your needs.

Castle museum and the exhibition hall is open:
Mon-Sat 10 – 18,
Sun 10-15.
The castle and the museum visit prices:
Adult 8 €
Senior citizens and Students 5 €
Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 students) 16 €
Pre-school age child Free

Ticket price includes both permanent and seasonal exhibitions and a tour of the castle.