Viesite Museum "Selija" is a regional museum whose mission is to perpetuate and preserve the name of the Selia cultural heritage district and the ancient tribal tribe, to create and consolidate a benevolent self-awareness among the people of Viesite and Selija in the cultural heritage area. An important part of the museum is the exposition about Viesit narrow-gauge railway, which is located in the historical railway depot area and in buildings. The preserved locomotive and two wagons are the most recognizable tourist attraction in Viesiti. The State Museum "Sēlija" is located in several buildings. A. Brodeles street Nr. 7 is located in Viesīte region tourism information point, Small Banis Park, where permanent exhibitions are located in the museum building. Here is the Crafts Center.
Pauls Stradiņš School - Museum "Selija" (Peldu street 2) is located in the former parish school, which was consecrated in 1881. Pastor Johan Stender, in the school's church space, hid the next medical professor, Paul Stradin, and here Pauls studied at elementary school. Since the building has served as an educational institution at all times, most rooms are called classes or cabinets. Visitors have the opportunity to attend prof. Stradin's cabinet There are articles on Paul Stradin as an outstanding personality, a great aristocrat, a doctor, a simple and helpful person. There are several more rooms available - Stradin's living room, fireplace hall with exhibitions, handicraft class, writer Anne Brodell's literature class, Baltic German pastor, cabinet of the first Latvian artist Abeks Old Stender, Carpathian class, last century medallion. In the summer season, in the garden of Paula Stradina school you can see "Health Foot" near Viesīte's Little Lake.
Martins Buckler Memorial Cabinet in Lon, (phone: +371 26441743), dedicated to the founder of the Latvian professional and art photography, photo worker and publisher Martin Bucler (1866-1944). Mārtiņš Buclers is regarded as an unrivaled teacher of photo literary writers and photographers across the Baltics. He is the only photographer who began to illustrate the Bible using a photo.
The museum regularly participates in the international European action "Museum Night" and the traditional skill event "Meet Your Masters!".