Tori Stud Farm

 

Tori Stud Farm (est. 1856) is located at historical Tori Manor Estate. Horses are of Tori and Estonian indigenous breed. Tori breed was initiated in 1892 by using a Norfolk Roadster stallion called Hetman for cross-breeding. Tori Stud Farm is a unique symbol of Estonian cultural heritage, and the whole complex including the horses is under development to become a sophisticated Equine Centre offering various services.

  • Enjoy, learn, and experience first-hand or hands-on during your visit:
  • Sightseeing tours of the stud
  • Horseback riding trips at the stud and in the forest
  • Riding lessons for individuals and groups
  • Special horse programmes and classes
  • Equine performance testing, and other events

Additional service: stable box rent

We accept and follow goodwill agreement to ensure safety during the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

Ticket info

Stud Farm

Mon - Sun 8.00 - 17.00

Museum

Wed - Sun 9.00 - 17.00

Closed during national holidays.

Standard ticket5 €
Student, pensioner3 €
Family ticket (2 adults and children up to 16 years old)10 €

Send a message to us!

    Contact

    Tori Stud Farm

    Estonian Rural Museums Foundation
    Registry code 90014017

    8a Pärnu Avenue, Tori 86801, Pärnu County, Estonia
    Coordinates: 58.481066 24.811750

    info@memu.ee

    Phone +372 5322 9786

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