Jelgava county-Rundal in wheelchair and deaf
This time, let's go to Rundale castl and Jelgava.
We'll start the tour with a view of the exhibition and garden of the Rundal Palace.
The exhibitions of the Rundal Palace Museum reflect topics related to the history of the castle, the family of the Duke of Kurzeme, the oldest stage of the history of art in Latvia, artisanal crafts and garden art, as well as municipal and festive developments during various periods of history. Part of the exhibitions are included on the viewing routes of the castle or are considered as a free addition.
The park is planned to the south of the castle, including a nearby forest whose high trees formed an impressive background for only the 10-ha regular French garden. The Rastrelli project, with its intricate alleys, boxed and pergolese network, looks remotely like the build-up of Versailles Park.
During the second construction period of the castle (1763-1768), works in the park continued. Fountains pools were created in 1767, a pond dug in 1768 for supplying canals with water. Around 1777, two orchards, a hop garden and a “Wine Mountain” have been installed, and apricot and peach gardens in 1787. From 1774 to 1781, a coughing wall was built around the park.
Abgunstes Manor is for decades a hidden treasure with years of hundreds of old stories and thousands of stored forces. The building of a manor built on seven sites is a place for veracity and creativity to restore previously unexperienced feelings.
Jelgava municipality Zaļenieku civil parish Abgunstes
the manor has become available to everyone. There is a parking lot, a road around the manor, mounted
a vertical hoist from the first floor of the manor to the coco floor, a mobile hoist has been purchased,
facilities fitted and fitted: toilet and shower (including wheelchair people). Also the manor
now offers people with special needs for creative and practical activities, especially
suitable tools and apparatus for sewing and embroiling machines for people with vision and
motion disorders, table stells, tapestries and pearls for people with movement
Crafts Centre “New Allies”
Two artisans' workshops - leather and woodworking. Leads are offered to participate in the artisans' work process, watch the process, score exhibitions, participate in seminars, buy prepared works
Lunch or coffee. Urban breath restaurant (Mail Island 1, Jelgava; T: 26633703) (16 km; 20 mins) 1 h. Wheelchair accessible, parking adjacent, toilets are custom-designed.
Jelgava St. Trinity Church bell tower is the most visited tourist site in Jelgava. Jelgava St. Trinity Church was started in 1574, following the orders of Duke Gothard Ketler of Kurzeme and Zemgale. It was the first newly built Lutheran Wall Church in Europe and the largest church in Zemgale. It was no longer restored after the destruction of the church in 1944, but the bell tower maintained its place. November 2010, following ambitious reconstruction work in St. The Trinity Church bell tower is reborn in a new shape.
Then we'll take the boat. Let's walk the Mail Island. Let's see the horses of nature. Take a good mood with you.
Cost of tours:
Seat in vehicle €35 if there is a group. Individual 200 per vehicle
Viewing the Citizen Museum 1, 2, group free of charge (document to be provided) for others on the home page. Prices are in different categories https://rundale.net/cenas/bilesu-prices /
Museum €4, French garden €2, Big Circle €12
Abgunstes Manor: €8
Crafts Centre “New Years”: €1.5
Jelgava St. Trinity Church Tower: Free
“Relax” vessel: EUR 5
Total length 219 km
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