The first wool factory was launched in 1876, however, the joint stock company 'Limbažu Tīne' was established in 1914. It is a unique industrial heritage site, and the factory still processes wool using the historical equipment. Wool yarn, high-quality wool and linen fabrics, blankets, liners, rugs, table cloths, towels, scarves and other textile garments are produced here.
The factory is also among the few to weave ethnographic cloths based on authentic samples of the Baltic Region. Folk costume patterns from Estonia, Latvia and other countries are kept here.
Visitors are offered to view the factory machinery and activities in a safe and convenient way. A separate room is devoted to the factory and textile processing techniques. The factory store sells the manufactured products.