The main building dates from 1655 and is one of the rare examples of palatial architecture in Finland. The festive floor and the service floor are in 17th-century style and furnished to match. The middle floor, where the actual living quarters were, was modernised during the 18th and 19th centuries, and the rooms in this part of the castle reflect the interior-decoration styles of that time. The castle is surrounded by an English landscape park.
Admission to the museum only in the company of a guide. Guided tours in Finnish at halfhourly intervals.
Louhisaari Manor is located on the southwest coast of Finland 30 km North of Turku.
The Marshal of Finland C. G. E. Mannerheim was born at Louhisaari in 1867. The main building is one of the rare examples of palatial architecture in Finland. The interior-decoration and furniture reflect the styles of the 1600´s-1800´s.
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