Liepaja's Museum

Liepaja's Museum

Location: Liepaja, Latvia, Europe.

 The building has been built at the very beginning of 1900, and it is done by architect Paul Max Bertschy.

 In 1924 on these premises, home found an 8th Elementary school.

 Though since 1935 here has been allocated Liepaja's Museum.

 Also, this building has been listed as a  state-protected cultural monument, which is a remarkable fact to mention.

 If you have a chance to be in Liepaja it is worth being there and experiencing different temporary art galleries, travelling back in the history of Liepaja City and encountering ancient Latvian ethnic artwork exhibition.  

The museum has three floors - The basement floor, which is massive, the ground floor and the first floor.


Price: 5/5: It will cost you €7 per person. It sounds like quite a lot of money to pay, but you will not regret paying so much. Generally, you need most of the day if you want to go through three floors without a rush.

Comfort 3/5: It has no lift which can cause a problem getting to different floors.

Staff kindness 5/5: It is excellent. The staff members will always answer all your queries and they will be near you if you need help. 

Location 4/5: 16 - 18 Kurmajas Prospekts. It will take around a 15-minute walk from Concert Hall Lielais Dzintars.

Specification: For your welfare and comfort you can leave your coats in changing area. In fact, in most museums in Latvia, you will be recommended to leave your belongings like backpacks, coats and jackets etc in changing rooms.

Date: April 2023