Mushroom exhibition 2021

Mushroom exhibition 2021
Mushroom exhibition 2021
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Event date
23.09.2021. - 26.09.2021.
Event location
Izstāžu zāle 2. stāvā
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The annual mushroom exhibition is organized by the Latvian National Museum of Natural History mycologists, and will showcase the diversity of fungi found in Latvian wilderness.

The exhibition is a great opportunity to discover the overwhelming mushroom diversity, learn the species and clarify fungi related questions. Fresh mushrooms will be brought in by the museum staff every day during the show, thus the selection of species will change slightly throughout the week.

Epidemiological safety 

The exhibition is open to visitors (adults and children) with certificates:

  • Persons fully vaccinated and/or recovered from Covid-19 (passport or ID must be provided);
  • Children from age 12 providing Covid-19 test certificate (not older than last 48 h) with negative result.

For children up to age 12 no Covid-19 certificates are required.

During the visit, visitors must wear a face mask (except children under the age of 7).

During the visit, a distance of 2 m from other visitors and staff must be kept, information in visual instructions and audio announcements, as well as instructions from the museum staff must be followed.

More information about safe visit to the museum here.

Opening hours:
23.09. 10.00–19.00
24.09. 10.00–17.00
25.09. 11.00–17.00
26.09. 11.00–17.00

Adults – 2,20 €
Seniors, students – 1,80 €*
Pupils – 1,00 €*
* ID required (student card, senior card etc.)

Admission to the museum + exhibition (20% discount):
Adults – 4,16 €
Seniors, students – 3,04 €*
Pupils – 1,60 €*
* ID required (student card, senior card etc.)
Free admission
– in accordance with the Latvian Museum of Natural History service fees list, with invitations.
Jānis Roze, Ltd. Customer card – 15% discount
Tallink Latvija Club One card – 20% discount

The Latvian National Museum of Natural history mycologists advise - unknown mushrooms should not be consumed!

Contacts for questions regarding the museum visit:

Communications department: 67356058, 67356025,