Raadi
Speciality Museums
Read more
Write a review
Revenue impacts the experiences featured on this page, learn more.
Detailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.

We perform checks on reviews
Tripadvisor’s approach to reviews
Before posting, each Tripadvisor review goes through an automated tracking system, which collects information, answering the following questions: how, what, where and when. If the system detects something that potentially contradicts our community guidelines, the review is not published.
When the system detects a problem, a review may be automatically rejected, sent to the reviewer for validation, or manually reviewed by our team of content specialists, who work 24/7 to maintain the quality of the reviews on our site.
Our team checks each review posted on the site disputed by our community as not meeting our community guidelines.
Learn more about our review moderation.
4.0
6 reviews
Excellent
1
Very good
3
Average
2
Poor
0
Terrible
0

Marcus D
Tartu, Estonia1,289 contributions
Solo
The lay of the land and a little judicious landscaping enabled the Baltic-German designers of Raadi 'mõis ja park' (manor-house and park) to site the house on the lip of a plateau. Behind the house lay the formal gardens of the Upper Park. In front of the house is a one terraced slope, replete with a rotunda pavilion overlooking the lake and the multiple-varieties of trees that comprise the planted Lower Park.
The park, and the ruins of the house - it was destroyed in 1944 - is open from 07.00-22.00.
In the Lower Park - outside the lower entrance gate and thus access is unrestricted - is a unique type of war memorial - one that does not have a formal name and thus no formal link to any particular conflict.
This is a Soviet Red Army memorial to soldiers who were killed during 'The Great Patriotic War. The presence of 24 'un-named' burial plaques infers an essence of the notion of the 'unknown soldier' on the site.
Tartu Municipal Council have erected a multi-lingual information board that acknowledges the memorial without conferring a name other than referring to the 'Raadi Memorial' and refutes the wording referring to 'soldiers of all nations' engraved on the memorial.
Written 7 July 2015
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Revenue impacts the experiences featured on this page, learn more.
Anything missing or inaccurate?
Suggest edits to improve what we show.
Improve this listing

Raadi | Tartu | UPDATED September 2022 Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

Frequently Asked Questions about Raadi


Restaurants near Raadi: View all restaurants near Raadi on Tripadvisor