Vilsandi National Park Visitor Centre

Dear visitor! 24.06 we are closed.
FIRE-RISK IN ESTONIAN FORESTS IS EXTREMELY HIGH! It has been extremely dry in Estonia during spring and there is a standing forest fire warning. Therefore, smoking or making fire is not allowed in the forest, even on our camping sites.
The Visitor Centre of Vilsandi National Park is located near the western coast of Saaremaa island, in an ancient Loona manor complex in Rootsiküla village.
The centre provides information about the unique nature and the marine heritage in the islands and coastal areas. The nature as well as the centre are open all the year round and have something to offer in any season of the year. The permanent exhibition in the centre gives you good ideas of what more to discover in addition to the planned. The centre provides all possibilities for wheelchair users. Visitors can watch nature documentaries and read literature on nature, get information about recreation opportunities in the area, and boat trips to the Vilsandi island. The centre gives directions to hiking trails that introduce birds' life, rich vegetation and geological treasures of the national park. Also you will get information on Viidumäe nature reserve and other protected areas.
Vilsandi Nature Park Visitor Centre organises pre-announced free nature events and nature education programmes for all interested.
PhoneHeli Alliksoon, communication manager, +372 454 6880, +372 5277 421
E-mail info.vilsandi@rmk.ee
Opening hours1 June to 31 August, Mon to Sun 10.00–18.00
1 September to 31 May, Mon to Fri 9.00–17.00
 
Type of objectVisitor Centre
Parking facilitiesParking for 15 cars or 5 tour buses
AmenitiesExposition introducing the Vilsandi National Park; permanent exhibition of fossils, temporary exhibitions, nature documentaries and books; nature programmes, maps of recreation areas and trails, introduction of the region, WC, water dispenser.
SightsThe fifteenth-century manor complex under national heritage protection and tree-lined entry road, site of a Neolithic village, which is an archaeological monument from the 2nd millennium BC.
Winter accessibilityOpen all year around.
Additional informationPossible to pre-order a 30-40 min introduction about the National Park.
Before going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).  
LocationLoona village,  93431 Saaremaa municipality
Object no 16 on area map
Driving directionsDrive along Road no. 10 from Kuivastu to Kuressaare and turn right at the Kuressaare roundabout (Road no. 78). Drive 3 km to the next roundabout, exit towards Kihelkonna (Road no. 102). Drive 30 km to the Kihelkonna–Pidula junction, follow the white sign to the Vilsandi National Park Centre in Loona Manor. Drive through Kihelkonna and after 3 km from the sign exit to the gravel road on the right, leading to the parking area of Loona manor complex. The information point is in the Loona exhibition hall, 50 m right from the parking area. 
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.332954
longitude: 22.019698
L-EST 97 x: 6467530.7 y: 384010.7