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The ethnographic house “Zvanītāji” is a wooden house built at the end of the 19th century, which has still retained its original appearance. In 2000 the house was turned into a museum and equipped with household items typical of a late 19th century. The exposition displays Rucava folk costume, mittens, socks and other hand made works. By prior appointment Cultural/ educational programmes are offered to tourist groups. Programmes include singing of folksongs and dancing together with Rucava narrators and singers as well as tasting traditional Rucava food like local rye-bread, carrot cakes, white butter with potatoes and little loaves of potatoes.

Visits by prior arrangement!