Gorgeous rose decorations made by inhabitants of eight parishes of Bauska and Bauska's county - about 140 participants in total involved into decorating the house facades of Riga street from Kalna Street to Baznicas Street.
Rundale Palace ensemble – the most outstanding monument of Baroque and Rococo architecture and art in Latvia.
The oldest part of Bauska Castle – the impressive 15th century Fortress of the Livonian Order on the peninsula between the junction of the Musa and Memele Rivers which once was a safe guard of the order's border.The Newest part of Bauska Castle – residence for the Dukes of Courland was built at the end of the 16th century. Visitors can see the ruins of the Livonian Order Castle, observe the exposition on the history of the castle and other thematic exhibitions.
Bauska Motor Museum
After the reconstruction Riga Motor Museum branch establishment opened in Bauska in July, 2011. When visiting the southern region of Latvia, pay a visit to the Motor Museum in Bauska. We offer new and well-organized premises with more than 60 old-timers, including agricultural and special military vehicles.
In one of the exhibition halls you can glance at motorcars used in the 30ies and postwar years by bourgeois when going for a ride to the countryside. The second exhibition hall offers a chance to feel the atmosphere of Latvian countryside of the 20ies and 30ies.
Mini zoo “Dobuli” offers a varied and interesting collection of wild and domestic animals, and birds from various countries.
An open-air sightseeing place for both- adults and children with more than 35 species of rabbits in the specially set-up town.
Bauska Town Hall
The only restored 17th century Town Hall in Latvia. It was built up with private funds of the burgomaster and mayor's council and at that times was the largest and most grand City Hall in the entire Duchy of Courland and Zemgale.
An orginal excursion in atraction ground Labirinti will be attractive to the visitors of all age.
Quiet and nice camping place that is open all year around, suitable for tourists who are travelling through Latvia and the Baltic States. Only 18 km form Bauska.
Museum offers an exhibition called "Collection of dolls and toys" by Tamara Cudnovska, as well as an exposition on the 20th century's history of Bauska.
The open-air museum has a Latvian farmstead with a collection of ancient tools.
On the restaurated watermill`s first floor there is a banquet hall.
For relaxation Ausekļu Watermill offers countryside sauna and accommodation spaces.
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.
Bauska Lutheran Church of St. Spirit
Bauska Church of Holy Spirit was built in 1591-1594. It has an excellent art collection with unique art objects from the 16th - 19th century. At the back of one of the benches of the church- there is the oldest wood carving of the coat of arms of the town, made in 1640.
Mezotne Hillfort is situated on the left bank of the Lielupe River opposite the Mezotne Palace. It is one of the largest fortifications of the 9th-13th century Semigallians. Next to the Hillfort – Mezote Church (not restored!) and the family cemetery of the owners of Mezotne Palace – princes von Lieven. Traditionally on the third Saturday of May Mezotne Hillfort Festivity is held here.
"The Bright Ant's Trail" has been set up in Mezotne Hillfort since 2017 and it offers various activities. Here you can find out about the unique nature inhabitants of the castle mound - the bright ant, hermit beetle, grass-snake, woodpecker, stork and the bat.
Skaistkalne Catolic Church
Skaistkalne Catolic Church is the most important Catholic centre in Semigallia and the second most popular pilgrimage destination in Latvia after Aglona.