26-28 July in Estonia and 2-4 August in Latvia will see over 30 park and garden owners open their gates to garden enthusiasts and travellers as part of the first ever Garden Pearls Open Days event. Each owner has put together a special offer or e
GARDEN PEARLS OPEN DAYS IN ESTONIA
In Estonia, visitors are welcome at parks and gardens in South Estonia and on the islands of Saaremaa and Muhu: Maie Aed (Maie’s Garden), Portselaniaed (Porcelain Garden), Norga Talu iluaed (Norga Farm Garden), Kaevandi Talu (Kaevandi Farm), Panga Talu (Panga Farm Rose Garden), Audru Kirik (Audru Church Arboretum), Loosilma Talu aed (Loosilma Farm Garden), Tamme Aiandustalu (Tamme Garden Centre), Rapina Aianduskool (Rapina School of Gardening), Mikko Talu-Südametega aed (Mikko Farm Heart Garden), Risttee Talu taimeaed (Risttee Farm vegetable garden), Rannametsa Arboreetum (Rannametsa Arboretum), Seitsme Tuule Aed (Garden of Seven Winds), Karstna mois (Karstna Manor), Saare-Torvaugu Aiand (Saare-Torvaugu Garden), Sangaste Loss aed (Sangaste Castle Garden), Lepiku – Mardi Talu Kollektsioonaed (Lepiku – Mardi Farm Garden).
GARDEN PEARLS OPEN DAYS IN LATVIA
In North Latvia, visitors are welcome at Kārļamuiža Landscape Park and Orchard, Kokmuiža Park, Daugava Museum, Jaunrūjas Farm, Lēdurgas dendroparks (Lēdurga Arboretum), Terneja Park, Oleri Manor Park, the University of Latvia Botanical Garden, the University of Latvia rhododendron nursery - Babīte, Turaida Museum Reserve Forest Park, Kalsnava Arboretum, O.Kiršteina daiļdārzs (Kiršteins’ Decorative Garden), Cīruļi Farm and Raunas Stādi nursery.
All offers are compiled on the Garden Pearls Open Days map HERE
The open days are being hosted by garden and park owners who are involved in Garden Pearls - an Estonia–Latvia programme project. The aim of the project is to encourage the development of garden tourism in Latvia and Estonia, and to position Latvia and Estonia as a joint garden tourism destination.
Latvia and Estonia boast a diverse range of nurseries, botanical and decorative gardens, historical manor parks, farm gardens and arboretums. The project’s lead partner in Latvia is Vidzeme Tourism Association.