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Latvian National Museum Of Art

395 Reviews

Latvian National Museum Of Art

395 Reviews
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First-time visitors to Latvia enjoy a complete cultural outing on this foodie-friendly Riga tour, with stops at top sights around the city. Meet your guide and stroll to the historic areas of Old Riga—including landmarks like the House of Blackheads, and St. Peter's Church—and marvel at architecture in the Art Nouveau District. End your day by rewarding your palate at the Central Market, where you sample traditional Latvian cuisine.
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Francis D wrote a review Aug 2020
Montreal, Canada1,861 contributions382 helpful votes
Having been renovated just a few years ago, the building hosting this museum is the true jewel of this exhibit. The Art Nouveau outside architecture makes it very welcoming to walk around it and admire its structure. Then when you step in, you are greeted with a magnificent staircase that is the crown of this building. The 6 EUR it costs to enter enable you to visit three (3) floors of artworks (including the basement) of varying interest. The collection is not very big, but some pieces are interesting… while others make you wonder how they got in a museum in the first place. But that applies to almost all museums anyway… as art is quite subjective. Two things for sure not to miss are: 1) the beautiful attic, with its white-painted beams and its access to the rooftop observation deck. Unfortunately, as it was raining the day of my visit, the deck was closed… but I was able to negotiate a peak and it looks very good to stand there and observe the city. 2) the underground storage vault. It is not extremely spectacular… but knowing it used to be a potato storage back in the days, makes you appreciate it a bit more. Entrance fee is 6 EUR Storage lockers are for free Expect to spend about 90 minutes in the museum Photography is allowed
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Date of experience: July 2020
PBTravelstheWorld wrote a review Aug 2020
Woodinville, Washington390 contributions125 helpful votes
Though this is a small collection for a national museum, it tries to cover Latvian artists and geographical areas from all periods. The collection is heavily weighted in the 20th century and does cover the first Latvian period of Independence just after 1918. The building itself is beautiful and worth a look too.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Lysander4ever wrote a review Aug 2020
Zaventem, Belgium89 contributions37 helpful votes
Great balance between the permanent and temporary exhibitions, and the stunning building is a plus. High ceilings & a lot of light make the building & permanent collection come to life, whereas the downstairs temporary exhibition space provided a nice & atmospheric contrast.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Arto Sivonen wrote a review Jul 2020
Helsinki, Finland173 contributions16 helpful votes
Great museum to visit. Old and modern architecture together. Interesting collections of art. I really liked the idea how to open art collections to the visitors in the basement.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Klara wrote a review Jul 2020
Riga, Latvia148 contributions52 helpful votes
It was such a nice experience! The building looks incredibly impressive from the outside and the art inside is just as amazing! The visitors are able to observe the art from different perspectives therefore feeling more engaged into the world of modern art.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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