Originally built in 1856, Kreenholm was considered at the time to be the most modern plant in the Russian Empire, with the brand name becoming synonymous with quality. Its 11,000 workers made Narva an industrial hub, supporting its urban development. Kreenholm Textile factory was closed in 2010 and welcomes visitors to explore this grand industrious gem of the northeastern Estonia.
On Sundays at 12:00, at the old gate (opposite Joala street 30/32) guides wait for tourists to come. Tickets are sold on the spot and cost 13 euros per person, cash only. There are guides that do tours in Russian and Estonian (English tours are organized on demand by Narva Castle Museum).
Find out more information about the next available tour to Kreenholm Textile Factory.
Read the full article by Alina Andrusaite.