Visit of Sagadi Mansion. Located in the exceptional natural frame of the National Park Lahemaa, the Sagadi Mansion is composed of the Museum of the Forest and the Center of Interpretation of the Nature. Moreover, it will be possible to see numerous furniture of time. The place belonged from 1687 to 1919 to the family Von Fock, of German origin like most of the Estonian nobility. In year 1749, Johann Ernest Von Fock initiated the construction of this palace of Baroque style and Rococo decoration, that has been enlarged throughout the centuries with new dependencies and pavilions. The set is not only used as a museum but also as a place fort events and receptions.