The village of¬†Tori¬†was first mentioned in 1474. Tori manor has been governed by German, Danish and Swedish barons.
The last family to own Tori was the family of¬†Baron von Frey¬†(1834‚Äď1919). Baron von Frey of Tori gave altarpieces by a Baltic-German artist A.G. von Petzold that were completed in 1856 and titled “Golgotha” and “The Last Supper” to the¬†T√ľri Church of Saint Martin. in 1990, the paintings were stolen from the church but were miraculously found 8 years later. The same von Petzold paintings have been in the Tori manor since 2005.
The current owners of the manor can take you on a tour of the manor in French, English, German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Russian or Estonian.
Times and prices:
Open¬†01.01 – 31.12¬†advance booking only
from 2 ‚ā¨
TRIINA – The Swedish King¬īs last white ship – Tallinn -Stockholm 20. -23. September 1944 – miniexpo at Tori Manor annex.
Triina left Tallinn harbour 20. September 1944 at 21.35 when the Red army occupied the capital – Triina reached Stockhom 23. September at 01.00.
The expo tells the short story of a family leaving Estonia during the World war II – their last years in Estonia and their life as refugees in Sweden
¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† C-JAM CELLOFEST 2015 – 19 AUGUST 20.00 – CELLO¬īN¬īWINE¬† – ¬† ¬† Exclusive consert at Tori Manor –¬† Joosep K√Ķrvits (cello), Lauri Lugu (vocal, guitar). Artistic management: Helen Ott and P√§rt Tarvas.
¬†J√§rva County Governor¬īs¬† Diploma 2015
Concert¬†– Church service
15. June¬†2014 – ‚ÄúKevadlindude laulupidu m√Ķisapargis‚ÄĚ
19. July¬†2014 – ‚ÄúSuvelindude laulupidu m√Ķisapargis‚ÄĚ
SEE YOU AT TORI MANOR!