Address: Kartanontie 77, 17150 Urajärvi
Urajärvi Manor is one of the oldest manor museums in Finland. The museum was opened to the public in 1928. Urajärvi manor is located in Asikkala, in the village of Urajärvi, about 25 minutes drive from Lahti.
Urajärvi Manor belonged for almost 250 years to the Baltic-German von Heideman family. The last von Heidemans in the manor were the unmarried siblings Lilly (1849-1917) and Hugo (1851-1915) von Heideman. They bequeathed their home to be kept as a museum.
The main building, which was built in Empire style, presents the interior of the von Heideman´s home in the early 20th century. The manor is surrounded by an English-style park with "Master Hugo´s path" that leads to an outlook site knowns as Valhalla.