Latvian ethnic written symbols appeared more than 3000 years ago, and are used as symbols, visual elements, carriers of information and ways to express energy. The ancient Latvian sign park opposite the Leimaņi Community Hall was built between 2008 and 2018 by the Akācija Plus society. The funding came from the society itself, its projects, donations, and Jēkabpils Municipal Council.
The park includes an information board and 11 ethnic signs made out of oak by a local artisan. Each of them has a plaque explaining their meaning. The signs can be lit up at night for important holidays and events.
Information brochures can be found at the Leimaņi Community Hall. If a guide is necessary, a tour must be booked in advance. The guide’s services include the story and a video presentation of the creation of the park, with fun games and puzzles. The duration of the tour is 1 hour 30 minutes, offered in Latvian and Russian.