Museum has 3 floors with quite a lot of interactive features both for children and adults . At the basement floor you can try out the theory part of the Latvian driving exam. Enjoyed the old bus in which you can sit inside and a...More
About Riga Motormuseum
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Took the bus out which was interesting to do anyway but wasn't expecting the museum to be as amazing as it is. Beautifully displayed cars in a fabulous facility. Not huge but well worth a couple of hours and so interesting and well presented. Loved...More
A great tour for boys in all ages Very easy to go through and even if you know a lot, you will learn much, like that the first car in the world was Built with a Latvian, before Henry Ford made his first car
Somewhat difficult to get to but well worth the effort. This museum has many interactive displays that will appeal to visitors of all ages. Just reopened after a two renovation, this museum is rapidly becoming the #1 attraction in all of Latvia--- not to be...More
If you have any appreciation for automobiles, you'll love this museum. There are three levels and it is very easy to get around. It has a good collection of classic cars; among which you will find Mercedes, Rolls Royce, some 1950s Italian sports cars, and...More
Inside this renovated building one can walk close to some of the most beautiful motor cars in history. A nice inexpensive day out under cover. Mercedes cars going back to 1800s and some English Rolls Royces .The car used by Breznev the Russian leader car...More
This is a good way out of central Riga. We got a taxi both ways as it didnt seem too accesible by public transport. It is all new and modern with some interesting displays and artifacts.
I wisited it before restauration, and now, they are compleatly renovated the all building, and there are interesting old cars from all times!
This motor museum is a bus or taxi ride out of Riga in the urban area but well worth the visit. The collection of cars , bikes and other vehicles is amazing and don't miss the interactive exhibitions :) - plenty of activities for children...More