Durbe Manor, Tukums Museum

Tukums Museum, Parka Street 7, LV-3101, Latvia
Lng: 23.193082809448242 , Lat: 56.966807381296384

Contact person: Inta Dišlere
Phone: +371 6312274 , + 371 26305946 / durbespils@tukumamuzejs.lv
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Durbe Manor is the only former Latvian manor lord house with a fully reconstructed late 19th  to early 20th century interior that provides an insight into the culture of Baltic Germans. It is considered one of the classical architecture pearls of Kurzeme, complete with a landscape park, rotunda and the longest pedestrian bridge in Latvia.
The ground floor replicates the historical interior: writing room, library, the great hall, the round hall, gentlemen’s salon, ladies’ boudoir, bedroom, children’s room, dressing room, bathroom and the manor’s kitchen. The art objects not only provide a certain understanding of the culture of Latvian manors, but also give an insight into significant occurrences in European art. 

Additional information

Working time:
The summer season (20 April - 20 October) 
Monday              Close                 
Tuesday             10.00 - 17.00
Wednesday       10.00 - 17.00
Thursday           10.00 - 17.00
Friday                10.00 - 17.00
Saturday            10.00 - 17.00 (11.00-16.00, The Winter season 21 October - 19 April)
Sunday              11.00 - 16.00 

Please sign up for a visit, above the phone + 371 631 22744
26305946. The museum closed official holidays: 1 January, Big Friday, Summer solstice (23 - 24 June) and Christmas Day (24 - 26 December), December 31.
Days of Historic Parks and Gardens
Days of Historic Parks and Gardens
The Days of Historic Parks and Gardens in Latvia's manors will take place for the second time. They are organized by the Latvian Association of Castles, Palaces and Manors in order to raise awareness of cultural heritage in Latvian society, promote research, reconstruction and sustainable use of parks and gardens, as well as promote local tourism.
After the lockdown, we invite to visit outstanding places for leisure, recreation, exploration, new senses and feelings of summer.
On July 4-5, 26 castles and manor from all regions of Latvia will participate both dates either one of them.   
Check the programs before your visit!  
Participating manors will take care of compliance with national epidemiological security measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 infection. We call all visitors to be responsible.
Information on Days of Historic Parks and Gardens is available at:  http://pilis.lv/lv/