Very interesting exhibition for all ages. Educational and cultural heritage from ancient times till novadays. Many interactive possibilities for understand this culture.
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We travel a lot and often seek out national history museums to get a bead on the main historical events that shape a nation.Sometimes these museums are lame, incoherent and not worth the price of admission. Well not this one! Latvia has an intriguing history,...More
The Museum is reasonably laid out and has much interesting material. Some limitations are that it is somewhat hidden, many of the numbers are small and, as other reviewers have mentioned it lacks support for speakers of languages other than Latvian. The two current special...More
This museum is tucked away and we managed to walk past it twice. The special exhibition of Latvian mittens proved to be very disappointing as there were only a few items on display, the rest were photographs! However, we continued up (the museum is on...More
This is a lovely example of an old-fashion museum with lots of things in cases and not a lot of English support. That being said, there are some fascinating artifacts and I was particularly charmed by the women's costumes. The staff can offer no assistance...More
This is a good museum. the zoology section is particularly good. Very well laid out.Some objects are labelled in English as well as Latvian. Nice place to while away a couple of hours.
After some confusion at the start (I was told this was the Natural history museum!), I went through the galleries which were filled with a wealth of information and displays. The exhibits, especially from paleolithic to Medieval, were especially good and well preserved. Further on,...More
Well worth a visit. Entrance is through a very old set of wooden doors and after paying a modest admission, you are free to browse through 3 floors of artifacts, costumes, arms and associated written descriptions of the evolution of modern day Latvia.
I loved 2 things about the museums in Riga - they are all proper museums (objects not computers), and all very quiet, at least in April. This museum had all sorts - objects from the Iron Age, a reconstructed Soviet flat, dummies in national costume....More