Riebiņi manor history originates from the 16th century. When there, one can also view the park and household buildings. In older times, feudal property in the local surroundings was called Krevmuiža (in English – Krevi manor), possibly, the center of the manor was called Kreve or, most likely, Krevi, because 4 km from Riebiņi, in a village, that is called Silajāņi, is located a Krevi messuage. In the mid-16th century, the ordermestre (“ordeņmestrs”) Pletenbergs gave them over to Gerhards Rēbinders. Since 1600, Ribenišķi belonged to the Korfi family. At the beginning of the 17th century, the Korfi family built the Riebiņi manor in its current location, but there is a possibility, that Riebiņi manor was built at the end of the 16th century by the Rēbinderi family, but Korfi family only increased it in size. The manor later belonged to the Reki family, then Veisenholfi family. A beautiful park was created in the side yard of the castle, there also was a pool with a fountain.
The manor was a place of residence for the well-known Lithuanian painter and composer Nikolajs Konstantīns Čurļonis (1875 – 1911), who has said: “Riebiņi is a real artists’ retreat”.