Vuojoen Kartano

Kartanontie 28
27100 Eurajoki

Phone 02 8399 7700

Our stately, Empire-style halls, set in charming countryside, offer a unique ambience. This magnificently restored mansion is one of the treasures of Satakunta region’s cultural history, impressing every visitor with its colourful past and pastoral setting.

The Empire-style Vuojoki Mansion was designed by the acknowledged architect Carl Ludwig Engel (1777-1840) and represents the most prestigious architectural heritage in Finland. The Mansion centre consists of the main building and its annexes, the greenhouse and other outbuildings as well as the park and the cultivated areas.

Previously known as Vuojoki Castle, the mansion’s current, elegant design was created in 1836 by architect C.L. Engel. The work was commissioned by Lars Magnus Björkenheim, a Finnish iron works magnate.

Today, Vuojoki Mansion, one of Finland’s architectural treasures, is owned by Eurajoki Municipality and leased to Posiva Ltd, while the Vuojoki Foundation plays the key role in preserving and publicising the mansion’s cultural heritage. The Foundation also sponsors research, development and educational work associated with the mansion’s historical legacy.

In Vuojoki mansion operates Restaurant Wuojoki. Restaurants friendly personnel’s make sure that you get first-class food and service. Restaurant Wuojoki offers you a delicious lunch every weekday and at the evenings and weekends you can arrange meetings or weddings in beautiful mansion Vuojoki.