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Azalee99 wrote a review Aug 2020
Vienna, Austria111 contributions28 helpful votes
Easy walk from Dubulti railway station, free entry, beautifully restored, very nice staff. Some translations of Azpazija's work available in several languages. Good touchscreen info in the room behind the reception, too. Park your bicycles in the yard, though, inside the white fence.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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490theos wrote a review Jul 2019
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom553 contributions85 helpful votes
A lovely museum, well laid out with some original furniture and some really good virtual reality cats and the images which bring it to life
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Date of experience: June 2019
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May wrote a review Jun 2019
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I came across Aspazija House on doing some research on Jurmala and was definitely not disappointed on arrival. It's a nice stroll from the Majori station and the house is beautiful inside out, we were provided with an English audioguide roughly 40minutes and gave an extensive insight to the life of Aspazija. The interior is well preserved and the garden at the back gives great views of the house and the river. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful, especially the receptionist Santa who also gave us suggestions of where to eat and go in Jurmala. We spent approximately 1hr at the house and was a great way to begin our day trip from Riga, would definitely recommend.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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ec1oud wrote a review Oct 2018
Oslo, Norway54 contributions11 helpful votes
Rainis and Aspaziya are famous for poetry and plays and political writing, and highly honored also for their roles in the independence movement. There's finally an English translation of some of Aspaziya's writing, "Aspazija. Her Lyrical Prose," available at bookstores in Riga (perhaps here too, but I didn't know to look for it at the time). After seeing all the museums and monuments dedicated to this couple, I got curious and picked up a copy of that book at Jānis Roze at the train station in Riga, on the way to the airport. This house is where she spent her last years after Rainis had died, just as WWII was starting. It seems fully authentic, as far as I can tell. As with most museums in this area, admission is free. It's worth a visit if you are interested in her literature or think you might be.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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fiona07 wrote a review Sep 2018
Hampshire, United Kingdom468 contributions210 helpful votes
It's a free tour of a pretty house furnished by the woman who once lived there. There are some nice views from the house. One part of it that I particularly liked are that there are holograms of a black and white cat all over the house, in memory of the cat that the woman owner had. Okay, not really ghostly, but fun to see a cat hologram rolling around and playing under the stairs, for example.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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    When is Aspaziya House open?
    Aspaziya House is open:
    • Tue - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM