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The renovated Riga Motor Museum opened its doors to visitors on the 2nd of July, 2016. At the Museum you can view the largest and most diverse vintage motor vehicle collection in the Baltics, exhibiting more than a 100 unique automobiles and...more
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We had so much fun in the museum!
I am not a car enthusiast but it was so so exciting to be there.
I think this museum is perfect for everyone - kids, men, women, families.
I would totally recommend it.
Well done and interesting, even my 6 year-old daughter enjoy'd exposition. Beautiful cars trough ages, but most interesting (for me) was old kolkhoz-bus, in what was possible travel back to begin 1980-s... Really - the best museum in Baltic States.
Riga's Motormuseum is indeed an interesting place to visit whether you are a kid, a teenager or an adult.
There are vehicles ranging from bikes of the 19th century to luxury, racing and everyday cars of the 20th century. There are also points with quizes...More
This museum was one of the most incredible ones, we've ever visited. This place is so well designed and well maintained. It offers a super interactive experience which is suitable for all the ages, from kids to old people. The vast collection of cars is...More
It was family visit, 5 persons, me and husband and 3 sons - 13, 8 and 1 year. I am not sure about the youngest, he can't talk but all the rest was absolutely impressed by museum. And the youngest also, because he gives us...More
The museum had a lot to see and to read. It was quite interactive as you could browse for extra info on tablets placed around the museum. We spent about 1,5h there even though we mostly just looked around and didn't reach for the extra...More