Arboretum Frick is a 3.2-hectare forest and landscape garden, the specialty of which are nearly 900 rhododendron and azalea bushes that bloom magnificently in June.
Over 250 tree species or varieties, and more than 300 shrub species or varieties from various continents of the world grow in the park. The garden is created by amateur gardener Erkki Frick over 30 years. In addition to flowering trees, roses and peonies bring color brilliance.
Arboretum Frick is open to the public from May to mid-August on Thursdays and Sundays and for groups by appointment.
After the garden tour, you can enjoy a coffee and a delicious cakes and savory pastries on the cozy terrace of Café Ruusupuu.