This summer for the first time The Southern tower will be open for visitors. In its four-floors will be set a multimedia exhibition “Life on a Powder Barrel”, which will inform about the 500-year-old history when the Livonians lived in anticipation of inevitable change.
With a series of program about creative artists from Cēsis, which can be watched both on online and on television, Cēsis begins work on its biggest event of the year – “Cēsis 814” – which on July 18, 2020 will become the first virtual city festival in Latvia.
From July, the visitor center of Archaeological Park Araiši will host an unique exposition, in which, for the first time since the excavations, the original evidence will be shown and the story of archaeologist Jānis Apals will be introduced.
In the Cēsis Castle is an unique exhibition for Latvia available “Multimedia story of Cēsis castle”, which invites the visitors to experience amazing multimedia story about Cēsis Castle, by reliving the most important historical events and feel the ancient atmosphere.
Pleasant news for Cesis guests and inhabitants has been prepared by the Cesis Castle complex. From June 10, the entire exposition of the Cēsis History and Art Museum will be opened, including the Lademaher Tower. The medieval castle activity area and craftsmen’s workshops will also start working.
The Cēsis Tourism Information Center will be opened from 10.00 to 18.00 on June 22 on the Victory Day of Latvia. The tourism information center will be closed on Midsummer’s Days on 23rd un 24th of June.
In honor of the heroism of Latvia’s freedom fighters and Latvia’s Victory Day, the 101st anniversary of the Battle of Cēsis, several exploratory events will take place on June 22.
Cēsis Castle complex will open the first two floors of the museum’s exposition, the Western Tower of the medieval castle, the multimedia exhibition “Cēsis Castle Story”, the medieval castle kitchen garden and the Exhibition House to the visitors.
In view of the state of emergency announced throughout the territory of Latvia with the aim of limiting the spread of COVID-19 and the restrictions imposed thereby, the Cēsis Spring Restaurant Week has been postpone for an indefinite period.
This year, Cesis will host a series of events that will allow residents and visitors of Cesis to enjoy cultural, gastronomic and artistic activities. Holidaymakers will enjoy festivals, concerts, sports events and restaurant weeks.