Chaimas Frenkelis’ villa with a park and a fountain is a unique spot in Šiauliai. It is one of a few secession buildings in Lithuania, built in the early 20th century. Its facade combines elements of various architectural styles and authentic interior fascinates with its surviving wooden trim and ornate moldings. The expositions in the villa present the culture of the estates of the Lithuanian provinces, the culture of Šiauliai during the interwar period and the Jewish heritage. The villa hosts exhibitions, concerts, film and music festivals as well as other events. A modern-style park is open to visitors. In 2018, on the occasion of the centenary of the restoration of Lithuanian statehood, a rosarium of a thousand roses was planted in it. The park has free parking for cars and buses.