The creation of the Rubene Natural Park began in 1950. The Rubene Natural Park has gardens with decorative plants and stone gardens, a waterlily-shaped fountain, a pond with an island, and an outdoor bowling lane. For visitors, this place is an opportunity to see rare species of trees, including cedars, Siberian firs, white firs, red oaks and Douglas firs. The park has a number of well-arranged recreation areas suitable for families with children, including the Gnome Village and a playground with swings. In summer, performance events take place on the park’s outdoor stage.
Average object visiting time: 1 hour
The Rubene Natural Park is available for visits without prior booking.