Trešdiena, 16. oktobris
Vārda dienas: Daiga, Dinija

The museum of the poets Bārdas family „Rumbiņi”.

Aka. Foto:I.MillereDzejnieka F. Bārdas namiņš. Foto: I.MillerePiemiņas akmens. Foto: I.MillereMuzeja teritorijā. Foto: I.MillereMuzeja teritorijā. Foto: I.MillereMuzejā. Foto: I.Millere
The museum introduces the history of the Bārdas family and lets visitors experience the atmosphere of an ancient Vidzeme country homestead.

Piedāvā: place for tents, picnick area, tour guide services
Working hours:
Working hours: 1.05. - 1.11. Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. from 10 AM - 18 PM, all other days - a previous notification.
In the winter period the summer exhibition is closed, te rest of the exhibition can be viewed after a previous notification.
Charges:
2,00 EUR - grown-ups; 1 EUR pensioners; 0,50 EUR- pupils

4,00 EUR- family ticket.
Address: Katvaru pag., Rumbiņi
GPS: lat: 57.600544; lon: 24.889341
Phone:+371 26329315
Web:www.rumbini.lv; E-mail: rumbini@limbazi.lv

The suroundings are characterized by birch hursts, picturesque nature sights. ''Rumbiņi'' - this is a house with a special aura which everyone visitor can feel. Here you can draw power for yor soul from the Bārzdas family power. ''From the son of the Earth wit the soul of the stars''.
''Rumbiņi'' have given three poets to the Latvian culture: Fricis Bārda, Antons Bārda and Paulīna Bārda.
The history of the museum began in 1968., when after a long denial and compulsory limbo, in the house which Fricis Bārda made, where in summers his spouse Paulīna Bārda lived, finally a memorial room for him was made. In this period of time the guests were acquainted with Rumbiņi by Pauiīne Bārda, sometimes by Antons Bārda, who lived in a quiet modesty in the old house of ''Rumbiņi'' right beside.
As the museum of the family Bārdas, ''Rumbiņi'' opened its doors in 26th June of 1993., when the old ''Rumbiņi'' house was finished reconstructing. In the little Rumbiņi meadow since 1990. stands a monument for Fricis Bārda, made by sculptor Vilnis Titāns.
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