The Museum of Mazasalaca is located in the old Valtenberg Manor House. While visiting here, you will be able to see unique exhibits: a bell collection, Walter Hirtte’s collection of wooden sculptures, hunting trophies, an exhibition of ancient family trees and a collection of 1,300 souvenir mice.
Walking through the park, feel the charming atmosphere of the manor – next to the manor house there are two regular baroque gardens created at different times, which further into the 19th century landscape forest park along the banks of the Salaca river.
Valtenberg Manor is a noble example of late classicism on the banks of the Salaca river. The manor houses were built in the period from the second half of the 18th century to the first half of the 19th century, however, separate buildings were also built in the second half of the 19th century.
In the center of the composition of the ensemble is the manor house, which was built in 1780 on the initiative of the owner of the manor, Wilhelm Georg von Falkersam.
- View of all museum’s expositions: 3 EUR for adults, 1,50 EUR for children, pupils, pensioners
- Price for a single exposition: 1 EUR for adults, 0,50 EUR for children, pupils, pensioners
- Guide services for groups of up to 25 people – 6 EUR, for groups of more than 25 people – 10 EUR