The former Dubingiai tavern has been standing in the town, at the crossroads of streets, for the second century. It was built in 1842 by the Count Boleslovas Tiškevičius. Its owners have changed many times. In 1968, the tavern was reconstructed and equipped with a recreation area. It is the largest in eastern Lithuania. Preserved as a typical type of taverns of the first half of the 19th century, it is considered an architectural monument. In 2008, after the reconstruction of the tavern, the Visitor Center and Directorate of Asveja Regional Park were established there. At the visitor center you can get acquainted with the exposition “Mysteries of the Longest Lithuanian Lake, Archaeological Heritage” presenting the natural and cultural values of the park, exhibitions organized here, as well as receive information about visited objects, campsites and book excursions and hikes.
I–V 8:00 am–5:00 pm (lunch break 12.00 pm–12.45 pm)
VI 11.00 am –18.00 pm
I–IV 8:30 am–5:00 pm (lunch break 12.00 pm–12.45 pm)
V 8:30 am–15:45 pm (lunch break 12.00 pm–12.45 pm)
From 1st of October on Saturdays and Sundays, the Visitor Center is only available with a guide service by booking in advance.
For this service call (8 626) 53014.