Anjala Manor is on the shores of the Kymi River. The manor’s history dates back all the way to the early 17th century and it has amazing stories to tell.
The present main building was built at the turn of the 19th century and belonged to the Wrede family from 1837. This early neoclassical manor house was a museum from 1957 to 2010. From 2017 the estate has been privately owned and managed by Ankkapurha Cultural Foundation. Tours and events are held in the manor house and grounds. In summer, the old granary serves as a summer café. Guided tours are held in summertime, during which one can explore the augmented reality room. More adventurous visitors can reserve the escape room.