The main goal of the Falconry Center in Pakruojis Manor is to revive and popularize the old traditions of falconry by including them in education and training performances. Falconry is the traditional art and practice of training and flying falcons (and sometimes eagles, owls, and other birds of prey) dating back more than 4,000 years. […]


Mini Zoo

Our manor has a small farm inhabited by horses, sheep, rabbits, geese, ducks, turkeys, chickens, and of course, camel and birds of prey. You can see them visiting us during the festivals or taking a part in the Historical Adventure park program. A little bit of history The owners of the manor, the Ropps, owned […]


Steam engines

The manor’s farm machinery.


Technical Workshop

A skilled mechanic is always on hand at the Manor’s technical workshop. He stores, maintains, and repairs the technical wonders, which support the ongoing work of the manor and the efficiency of farm work. At the Technical Workshop you can see a wide range of instruments and devices, as well as vintage artifacts including a […]


The Wheels of the Manor

The Manor’s collection of vintage cars keeps growing. You can see them up close, go for a ride in one, or even use them as a taxi! Here you can see the famous Austin 7, a small black two-door convertible, that was made in Britain and was very popular in 1936. In this vintage cars […]


The Manor’s Stables

Horse riding has been integral to court life for centuries, and The Manor’s Stables have been around since the early 1800s. Once home to breeding horses of barons and nobles, these horses were used for hunting, leisure riding, and showing off the surrounding area to guests. The main breeds of horses on the estate were […]


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