Luua Manor Park is located in Vooremaa Landscape Protection Area in Jõgeva County. The main building of the Luua manor complex with its ancillary buildings and park are protected under heritage conservation. The park has been protected since 1959. Its area is 19.7 hectares.The park is extremely rich in species. It has about 150 taxa of trees and bushes; about 110 of them are non-native species.
The park is home to protected bats: northern bats, Daubenton's bats, brown long-eared bats, Brandt's bats, whiskered bats, pond bats, Nathusius' pipistrelles, common noctules, common pipistrelles, and tawny owls.
The beautiful Luua Manor is home to the museum rooms of Luua Forestry School, which showcase the history of both the school and the manor.
A number of the rooms in the manor have been restored to their original state and opened to visitors. Here you can admire the timeless beauty of the manor, find out about the history of its park and the surrounding area and take a look at awards and old school documents.