What to see?
Bauska Museum is set up in the building where once was the most luxurious hotel in the town. It 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. A walk through the times with an opportunity to follow the changes in the town. Take a look inside the ancient workshops, shops and living spaces. You can also visit the Folk Decorative Art Studio “Bauska”, the exhibition “Jews in Bauska and its neighbourhood”, as well as shows: ”Attractive adventure in the 20th century in Bauska” and “Time to play”.
Museum’s guides also offer guided tours around the Old Town of Bauska.
OpenMay - October: Tu-Fri:10.00-18.00, Sat:Su:10.00-16.00; Closed on Mondays!
November-April:Tu-Fri:10.00-17.00,Sat,Su:10.00-16.00; Closed on Mondays!
PriceAdults - € 1.40; children, students - € 0.70; family ticket (at least 3 people) - € 2.80
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.
Rija Bauska Hotel ***
Rija Bauska Hotel is located in the city centre, close to the road Via Baltica. Approximately 100 metres far from Bauskas bus station. Restaurant, banquet and seminar facilities.
Bauska Town Square Cafe, 35 seats