Laulasmaa is a village in Lääne-Harju Parish, Harju County, in northwestern Estonia. It's located about 29 km west of the capital Tallinn, west of Keila-Joa, north of Kloogaranna, by the Lahepere Bay. Laulasmaa had the population of 309.Village was mentioned first time under the Swedish power. Laulasmaa borders with Lohusalu, Keila-Joa and Kloogaranna.
People started to spend their summers in Laulasmaa from the 1930s, but the first summer cottages were built in the early 20th century.
Laulasmaa is home to composer Arvo Pärt and the location of the Arvo Pärt Centre, to be opened to the public in October 2018.
Coordinates 59°22'15.437" N 24°14'32.101" E