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As someone who spends entire days in museums, this was a rare disappointment. Although the info states that the museum owns 10,000 pieces, you see a few dozen on two small floors. (I hope they can find a larger space!) The second floor is more...More
The museum is in the heart of the old town so worth to pop in for a quick visit. It's quite small so 45 min more than enough. The price 5€ per person - no free museums in Riga to our knowledge.
One piece of...More
In my oppionion, the most interesting thing about this museum is that it is located in actually the first church ever built in Riga. It explains why the main exhibition hall is on downstairs. Also from time to time the museum hosts lots of Alexander...More
You must be Really into the decorative arts to appreciate this place, set in a nice older building. Some practical, some whimsical items populate the open spaces, with a mix of tapestries, ceramics and you name it. A visit is 30 minutes, and you will...More
So this was an interesting museum and fun enough to potter around, but there was no information on what was on display or any background on it. As I had come from the fantastic temporary exhibit which had an abundance of information at it, it...More
This is a fairly large museum in a 13th Century structure. The works are of very high quality - ceramics, textiles, etc. The interior is renovated and tastefully so. Only two other visitors when we were there which is a shame given what an outstanding...More