Aegviidu Visitor Centre

22 June open 09.00-13.00
23 June and 24 June centre is closed
Aegviidu Visitor Centre provides information on the recreation opportunities in the area and conducts nature study programmes. The Visitor Centre is easy to find – it is accessible by car, by bus or by train.
PhoneTiina Paltser, communication manager
+372 604 7212, +372 534 40549
Opening hours03.05 to 15.09 Mon to Sun 09.00-17.00
16.09 to 02.05 Mon to Fri 09.00-16.00
except on public holidays

Type of objectVisitor Centre
Parking facilitiesParking for 15 cars or 3 buses
  • discount campaign programs for comprehensive schools and kindergartens in winter, spring and autumn;
  • paid nature study programs;
  • information materials on Aegviidu-Kõrvemaa and other RMK recreation areas;
  • exhibitions and libraries;
  • thematic and training events for teachers and interested people;
  • forest and nature events;
  • possible to rent the hall or the visitor centre for nature-related events;
  • rent for the hall for up to 3 hours 15 EUR/per hour
Wheelchair accessibility yes
Water Tap water during the opening time of the visitor centre.
Hiking options Sõõriksoo nature trail
SightsThe Visitor Centre is located in the heart of the Kõrvemaa area. Ancient wetlands, extensive forests and unpopulated natural landscapes – this is Kõrvemaa.
Additional informationCard payment possibility
LocationJaama 7, Aegviidu, Anija municipality Harju County 74501
Object no 1 on recreation area map
Driving directionsAegviidu Visitor Centre is located in the centre of Aegviidu, 37 km along Jägala–Käravete road (Road no. 13). When coming from Tallinn, turn right after the Aegviidu bus station (follow the sign “Aegviidu külastuskeskus”) and you’ll arrive at the parking area of the Visitor Centre.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.284978
longitude: 25.611159
L-EST 97 x: 6572963.3 y: 591825.8