The permanent exhibition

permanent exhibition

in short

The Museum is located in Brīvibas Boulevard 32.
For visitors it is possible to discover the history of Latvia from Stone Age till 20th century.
The Ancient History of Latvia-Stone Age
© LNVM

Visitor entrance

National History Museum of Latvia
Brīvības bulvāris 32
LV 1050 Riga
Latvia 

Detailed information about the museum on euromuse.net

Latvijas Nacionālais vēstures muzejs

in detail

For visitors it is possible to see several parts of the permanent exposition:
“The Ancient History of Latvia”;
“Livonia in 13th-16th Century”;
“The Territory of Latvia and its Population in 16th-18th Century”;
“The Duchy of Courland and Semigallia. 1561-1795”;
“Manors and Nobility in the 17th-19th Century”;
“Peasants’ Way of Life in the 19th Century”;
“Living Environment and Daily Life in the 19th Century and the Beginning of the 20th Century: Interiors of Biedermeier Style and Art Nouveau Style”;
“Technical Modernization in the late 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century”;
"Latvians in the Second Half of the 19th c. and the Early 20th c.: National Identity, Culture and Social Life";
“The Republic of Latvia 1918-1940”;
“Occupation and Annexation of the Republic of Latvia. 1940-1941”;
“Repressions of Totalitarian Regimes and World War II”;
"Latvia under the Soviet Rule";
“Restoration of the Republic of Latvia. 1987-1991”.
 
The permanent exhibition of the National History Museum of Latvia provide an insight into the history of Latvia from ancient times to the present day.
Admission
adults – 3.00 EUR
students, senior – 1,50 EUR
children – 0,75EUR
Family ticket (1-2 adults and 1-2 children) – 4.00 EUR

GUIDE TOUR:
(1 hour):
Latvian – 8.00 EUR
English and Russian – 15.00 EUR
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Opening Times

Sun
10:00 - 17:00
Mon
-
Tue
10:00 - 17:00
Wed
11:00 - 17:00
Thu
10:00 - 17:00
Fri
10:00 - 17:00
Sat
10:00 - 17:00
Closed on public holidays: 1st January, Good Friday, Easter, 4th May, Ligo holidays (23 to 24th June), 18th November, Christmas Days (25th-26th December), 31st December.

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