landscape park situates on the north of the formal garden and it is centred
around a natural oak grove with a smattering of erratic boulders, terraces and
a limestone bank.
landscape and its plant communities have remained virtually unchanged for
hundreds of years. The oak grove still boasts a number of oak trees over 300
At the end of the 19th century, Kadriorg Park was
redesigned by the renowned Riga landscape architect Georg Kuphaldt.
Showing due consideration to the regular park in the immediate vicinity of
the palace, he preserved all the design patterns characteristic of a
formal garden. However, he gave free rein to his artistic imagination in
the landscape park.