After you have crossed the border of Järva County, the first place worth seeing is the mansion in Laupa Village, which is the schoolhouse for lots of local children. The manor’s main building, completed in 1913, represents the retrospective branch of the Art Nouveau. The mansion on the coast of the River Pärnu has picturesque surroundings. In summer, when booked, you can tour around in the manor. The riverside is a beautiful place for picnics. In the vicinity there are two holiday homes: Rae and Metsajõe.
Moving on towards Türi, you will first get to Särevere, a place where young people acquire vocational education at the learning centre of the Järva County Vocational Education Centre. By agreement, you can visit the Türi Municipality Museum. When you have arrived in Türi, you should visit the Estonian Broadcasting Museum, the Türi Museum, St. Martin’s Church, Resa’s Doll Room and the location of the former radio mast and transmitting station. After you have made an advance agreement in the museum, the guide will tour your around the beautiful gardens of the town. As Türi is a railway town, the museum exhibits several locomotives.
15 km from Türi there is the town of Paide. The most important sight of the town is the Rampart Tower (Vallitorn), which is closed for reconstruction from March 2009. When it opens its doors again, the Rampart Tower will have become the History Centre. The Paide Town also boasts a beautiful renovated Town Hall at the central square. When booked, you can have a guided tour in the Town Hall. We also recommend a short walk in the old town. For that visit the Tourist Information Centre and ask for the tour map, which will lead you to the Rampart Hill (Vallimägi), the Church of Holy Cross, the Town Hall and other historical places. The Järva County Museum in Paide with its expositions will give you a survey of the county’s history and present day.
Moving on towards Rakvere, you have to cross the crossroads at Mäo. After a while you will arrive at Roosna–Alliku where is the starting point of one of Estonia’s longest river: from the springs here the River Pärnu, which you have recurrently crossed on your road from Pärnu, takes its source. The Roosna–Alliku Manor House resembles the Toompea Castle in Tallinn, because it was created by the same architect. The interior is though different – you can find it yourself in summer as during the game "Forgotten Museums" the doors are open and at every exact hour a guided tour round the manor starts.
After few kilometers you can visit working windmill in Seidla.
Aravete is a good place for the last stop in Järva County. In the Kurisoo Manor House you will find the Aravete Village Museum with its thematic rooms, such as the stagnation room and the threshing room. The Aravete Guesthouse is a suitable place for accommodation. Near the guesthouse is a hobbykart track that can also be used for roller skating and roller skiing. Those who are interested in nature should have a walk in the Rava Oak Tree Grove.
When you get to the Piibe Road, you may choose another route; our journey continues in the direction of Rakvere. On the way in the small town of Ambla there is the first swing park in Estonia - Kiigeland, where you can test your courage on different swings, and also take a horse-ride.
A couple of kilometres from Ambla another county – Lääne-Viru County – with other sights and other trails starts.
The length of the journey is approximately 65 kilometres.