In 1822, the manor was purchased by Dietrich von Grothuss who presented it to his daughter Adelaide, who married Baron Wilhelm von Hahn. Various members of von Hahn family owned the manor until the Agrarian Reform in 1920. In the middle of the 19th century the manor was rebuilt with features of the classicist style. After nationalization in 1920, the manor was divided into farms and the manor house became a primary school. Currently there is an exhibition hall and exposition with the history of the manor and the fashion of the 19th century.
Significant renovations have been made to the rooms of the house of landlords from 2013 to 2020.
Guided tour of the Manor of Lielvircava:
- Adults 1.50 EUR
- School-age children, students, seniors 1.00 EUR
The tour includes narration of the history of the house of landlords, history of the barons, the Von Klopmann family, with a gallery of portraits, deposit of Biedermeier style furniture, replicas of the historical garments.
Lectures of fashion on 19th century:
- Adults 4.50 EUR
- School-age children, students, seniors 4.00 EUR
Textile lessons for pupils of grades 1-7:
- School-age children 4.00 EUR
An opportunity to learn of and recognise types of fabric and how they are used for clothing. Inspection of textiles.
Monday - closed
Excursions and visit of manor available by previous booking by calling on phone +371 22024127.