Oleri Manor is a window into the past, reflecting a traditional country estate lifestyle. Its history spans centuries, starting with the von Engelhart family's farming in the 16th and 17th centuries, followed by the von Kriedener family in 1836. Over time, it served various purposes, including farming, hunting, and hosting a school during the Soviet era. In the late 1980s, the current owners initiated restoration efforts, reviving the manor's historical charm and 19th-century mid-romantic garden traditions. Nearby, you can explore the Oleri Marsh nature trail, complete with a footbridge and observation tower, while also enjoying the company of a friendly sheep herd that roams the manor's grassy fields.