Louhisaari Manor, Askainen

#10 of 26 in Museums in Southwest Finland
Must see · Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Louhisaari Manor (Finnish: Louhisaaren kartano or Swedish: Villnäs slott) is a historic baroque manor house in Askainen in the municipality of Masku, Western Finland Province, Finland. The mansion is the birthplace and childhood home of Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, Finnish military leader, statesman and sixth president of Finland (1944–1946).
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  • This is a unique building, the only one of its kind in Finnish history: a dutch classic style castle from 1600 hundred, where Mannerheim was born. It acts as a museum and shows various styles of...  more »
  • Even though this place is located far from many places, it is worth visiting. Entrance fee is not too much considering you get a very good guided tour. The tour is not too long, so you get to...  more »
  • Interesting tour of the house, but no good if you don't speak finnish. The house was only accessible with the tour.
  • Beautiful Manor House. Really worth of seeing. Exelent quided tour to Finnish history.

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