Visit Krekenava Regional Park

Visitor centre is the gate to Krekenava Regional park. It is a place where it‘s best to plan and start a journey. At the visitor center you are provided with profesional and comprehensive information about Krekenava Regional park natural and cultural heritage, attraction sights, opportunities for cognitive tourism and recreation. The center has a permanent exposition, exhibitions and also organizes educational, natural and cultural events.

 

Visitors are invited to purchase a Krekenava Regional park visitor ticket.

A one-time visitor ticket costs 1 euro. (ticket is valid for 5 days).

 

Adress: Dobrovolės k. 2, Krekenavos sen., LT-38301 Panevėžio r.

Phone number/fax:  8 687 10 999

E.mail:  krekenavosrp@krpd.am.lt

Working hours:

Monday – Thursday 8am – 5pm

Friday 8am – 3:45 pm

Lunch break: 12pm - 12.45pm.

Saturday 10am – 6pm (May – September)           

Saturday  10am – 4pm (October - April)

 

The exposition of Krekenava regional park visually and attractively reveals the uniqueness of the regional park. The greatests value is the landscape of the middle valley of Nevėžis. Its distinctive feature is the expressive terraced Nevėžis old valley with natural meadows and many old river beds an their remains. The main theme of the exposition – variety of the old river beds of Nevėžis river.

Visitors are invited to purchase a Krekenava Regional park visitor ticket. A one-time visitor ticket costs 1 euro. (the ticket is valid for 5 days).

Next to Krekenava Regional park visitor center (Dobrovolės k. 2, Krekenavos sen.) is a steel asymmetric observation tower with atotamps that was built in 2014.

Height: 30 meters. The viewpoint is located at a height of 25 meters above the ground. From there you can admire the Nevėžis valley and see the surrounding areas at a distance of about 10 kilometers. In the valley you can see the curves of the Nevėžis river, various forms of old river beds, bays. In the distance you can see the town of Krekenava, the towers of the small basilica, the dam of the former Slabada mill, the Krekenava pond, the farmsteads surrounded by cultivated fields, meadows and forest areas.

Last updated: 03-09-2021