On the first floor is a shop selling souvenirs and local products. After visiting the shop, I went to the second floor and looking around a bit - saw some candles, weaving things, etc. Then I returned to the gift shop, and the woman there asked me if I wanted to visit the museum and called someone on her cell phone. So I went back up again to visit the museum and the woman mentioned I could make candles or there were candles for sale such as some were 1 lat, some were 2 lats. There was no admission fee, so I bought a candle. As I was leaving, a group of school children arrived, so if you have children I think they might enjoy this museum.
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