Darbo laikas

  • From 17th of May - October:
    Monday - Sunday: 11:00-16:00

    November - March
    Sunday: 11:00 - 15:00

    Service every Sunday at 10:00

    In the rest of the time, by prior application!


Gauti nuorodas


The oldest preserved building in the old town of Bauska is the church once built for the German Lutheran congregation. Church of The Holy Spirit has carefully preserved evidence of the city's history and has gathered an excellent collection of art monuments - gifts and memorials.

Here you can find testimonies of many townspeople whose names have remained in history: the reconstruction of the church altar was carried out by the well-known artist J. Döring from Jelgava, the pulpit and organ prospectus were donated to the church by the Russian senator N. von Korf, an epitaph was installed on the south wall of the church in memory of the judge of the Bauska court J. Henning and it was painted by an artist from Bauska, elterman, court judge and even burgher master D. von Zeits. On the opposite wall, you can see an epitaph to Mayor K. J. Reimers. The church steps, which were made in the middle of the 17th century and at the beginning of the 18th century.

At one of the end of the pews you can see a colorful woodcut - the oldest representation of the coat of arms of Bauska (1640) with a golden lion in a red shield. Three luxurious Baroque and Rococo style private pews are placed in the altar area. Along the walls of the church, you can see nine lined up grave slabs, dated the late 16th and 17th century, among them there are unique memorial sculpture monuments.

Traditional events
  • Early music concerts
  • Christmas concerts


Entrance for donations!