Free admission

Free admission to the permanent exhibition and to exhibitions curated by the museum staff is available to:

  • all visitors 
    Wednesdays 16.30–17.00
    Thursdays 16.00–17.00
    Fridays 16.30–17.00
    Saturdays 16.30–17.00
    Sundays 16.30–17.00
  • large families (upon presenting the Latvijas Goda ģimenes apliecība, “3+ Ģimenes karte”, the European Large Family Card, or other status documentation)
  • preschool-age children
  • the group leader for groups having 10 people or more
  • students attending various kinds of special education classes, crisis centres, boarding schools, care centres, orphanages, psycho-social rehabilitation centres, and children’s care centres; residents of shelters and care homes; orphans; children without parents (upon presentation of status documents)
  • mass media representatives who are reporting on museum activities (upon presentation of a press pass)
  • holders of a museum entrance pass
  • staff of other museums (upon presentation of an institutional ID card or an International Council of Museums (ICOM) membership card)
  • politically repressed individuals (upon presentation of status documents)
  • children under age 18 with any disability (upon presentation of documents) and assistant; adults with Disabled Group I status (upon presentation of documents) and assistant or adults with Disabled Group II status (upon presentation of documents)

The museum visit for Ukrainian civilians is free of charge.