The Mentzendorff House, with its 17th–18th century atmosphere, is the only museum of its kind in the Baltics. The museum introduces visitors to the traditions of a wealthy Rigan’s household.
Unique 17th–18th century ceiling and wall murals can be viewed in the exposition, matched with historic household items which create an exceptional character and mood in each room. Visitors can visit the old shop room, the kitchen with its interesting fireplace and hearth, the family chapel and many other rooms, as well as have a look at the historic cellar vault and the romantic attic where the exhibitions are located.
Each month at least one new exhibition is launched.