Vircava Manor

The manor house complex was built during 17th-19th century as a symmetrical ensemble of Baroque style. It was the favoured country residence for he last Duke of Courland - Peter von Biron. 

Although, the manor was devastated in 1919, there are buildings in the manor complex that we can see today. The chevalier's house is currently a school, the barn-manège is People's House today and there are other outbuildings: the stone kitchen building, the manor manager's house and the granary. There is a picturesque park that was formed in the 19th century with a beautiful  water parterre in the middle. The site is famous for the oak tree planted in 1937 by the President, Kārlis Ulmanis. 


Guided tour of the Vircavas manor complex and park

  • Adults 3.00 EUR
  • Pupils, students, pensioners EUR 1.50
  • Family ticket EUR 6.00

Thematic excursion in Vircavas manor park

  • Offer for groups EUR 4.00
Jelgava Coun., Vircavas pag.
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