The avenue is a part of remnants of a nineteen-century palace and park complex in Dowspuda that belonged to count L.M. Pac. Two kilometres of the original avenue led from the Pac’s palace to a village called Szkocja, where there was a watchtower as well as a meteorological measuring station. What exists today is only a small part of it (500 metres) on the property of the agricultural school in Dowspuda. Apart from small-leaved lime trees, the avenue features maples and ash trees. Since 1980, the Lime Avenue in Dowspuda has been classified as a natural monument.