The Andrejs Upīts Memorial House represents the fruits of the writer’s spiritual and physical work. Visit the museum that is surrounded by a garden which Upīts planted himself, and learn about him and the environment that inspired him to write his best-known books.
A particular treasure is the garden which the author planted, with many different kinds of trees and bushes that he found and brought home from many different places.
The museum at Skrīveri embodies the writer’s piety toward spiritual and physical work, depicting his growth from a simple tender of livestock as a child into a talented writer and intellectual.
More information on the museum website.