We, the owners of Rožmalas, are farmers at heart and want to show our visitors how agriculture has developed over the centuries, from ancient times up to modern day technology. We have created a wonderful exhibition in the Ribbes windmill – ‘The Path of the Grain’. We appreciate the heritage our ancestors left us – the Ribbes windmill– which is not just ours but a part of the community and a source of pride for the region, helping to revive the landscape of the Bauska region.
The design of the windmill with its equipment and details have been developed and tested over centuries. This complex building is a monument to our ancestors heritage and work ethic.
Historical Costumes Exhibition
Starting from July 1, 2018, visitors are welcome to the historical exhibition of costumes on the side of Brunava, in a renovated building on the Lithuanian border, which is named "Mazā muiža". The exposition will contain copies of historical costumes created in a time period of 10 years. The authors are enthusiasts of history, united in the "Studio of historical reconstructions "Rococo ".
In the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, an industrial complex was established in the village of Ceplis - a lime kiln, a brick kiln, a tile factory, an oven tile factory and a glazing workshop, etc. The historic Lime-kiln building is on now on viewing. This unique industrial building with a massive chimney in the center can be observed in two floors, the chimney itself can be viewed from the inside. On the second floor, there is an exhibition room with historical bricks. Currently “Igo Music Management Ltd” is working on a project for the development of these buildings and is creating the art and music center "Ceplis".
An open-air sightseeing place for both- adults and children with more than 35 species of rabbits in the specially set-up town.
Mežotne Palace is one of the brightest examples of classicism architecture in Latvia, and it is even more significant due to the carefully planned and harmonious landscape around it merging the palace. The present building of Mežotne Palace was constructed from 1797 to 1802 according to the design of Italian architect Giaccomo Quarenghi. Mežotne boasts an English style landscape park based on natural beauty.
The Museum of the poet Vilis Plūdonis (1874-1940) lies on a picturesque bank of River Mēmele. In the dwelling house an exhibition is being displayed which is devoted to the poets life and literary heritage. It is noteworthy to look into a little bathouse which is called by one of the poems of V. Plūdonis ''Rabits bath", household buliding and collections of ethnographic articles and carts.
The recreation spot "Mikelis" is located in Gailisi parish, on the bank of the Musa River, only 12 km from Bauska. In this picturesque area of Zemgale it is possible to enjoy natural peace and well-being, explore the history by observing of Peasant Farm and the Retro Car Museum. Enjoy the fine dining at the resort's restaurant and a stayover in it's new and modern hotel in this beautiful place.
Facilities for tourist groups, previous appointment, offers cheese tasting, to get acquainted with sheep's milk and their products
The Brukna manor house and a few more estate buildings (two granaries and a cattle house) are situated opposite the Brukna castle mound and the artificial pond on the bank of the Iecava River. The 19th century complex of estate buildings has started a new life by giving a home ti the Catholic youth camps and housing the rehabilitation centre for drug addicts.
No animals allowed in the territory!
The farm "Vaidelotes" offers the opportunity to look at the herb and medical plant collection, try herbal teas and to enjoy the ancient Latvian cuisine.
Farmstead Celmi - cheese making and tasting.
Dūmiņu- Wine Making
"Dūmiņu Wines" offers the opportunity for groups (minimum 10 people) to taste homemade wines and learn about wine production process.
The Kugrēni Winery offers home-made wine tasting for groups of 2 to 20 people.
Garoza manor park
Garoza manor park dates back to 1791, when a beautiful and well-kept recreation garden with elements of Baroque and sentimentalism was created here. In the second half of the 19th century it was transformed into an English landscape park. In the summer of 2019, the park underwent major improvement works.