The Kalncempji Municipality Museum was opened at Ate in 1985. The aim of the museum is to acknowledge and preserve folk heritage and wisdom for the generations to come.The Ate watermill was built in 1785. The museum territory includes 13 buildings and objects that have been re-located: a farmhouse, granaries, a corn drying kiln, a sauna, a smithy, barns with both horse-drawn and motorized farm equipment. Although more than two centuries old, the farm is still operational - on the second Saturday in September the museum celebrates the Harvest Festival. Every visitor can try threshing, weaving, making rope and other activities.