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Museums and exhibition halls

Art gallery  "Happy art museum"

Art gallery "Happy art museum"

HAPPY ART MUSEUM has been operating since 2010. Over the years, the gallery has organized more than 100 different exhibitions and participated in professional international art fairs. In parallel with these activities, the gallery has become a platform for various cultural projects. HAPPY ART MUSEUM represents both Latvian artists and a wide range of artists from ...
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Jūrmala museum

Jūrmala museum

Jūrmala Museum will tell visitors about the beginning and development of Jūrmala resort from the end of the 19th century till the end of 20th century. Multimedia exposition "SPACE OF RAINIS. Spaciousness. Depth. Infinity" is a touch to words, thoughts and ideas – it is a call to meet the Latvia poet Rainis and yourself. The exhibition halls of the ...
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House of Aspazija

House of Aspazija

House of the prominent Latvian poetress Aspazija in Dubulti is the most unusual and the most beautiful museum in Jūrmala. The special atmosphere of the House of Aspazija is created by music, art and history; the restored exhibition of the museum helps experience the spirit of the last century, via not only early 20th century household items and interiors, but also ...
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Jūrmala Open Air Museum

Jūrmala Open Air Museum

Jūrmala Open Air Museum is located in Buļļuciems, nearby the Ragakāpa Nature Park, and is the largest and most attractive museum in Jūrmala. The museum reveals a coastal fisherman’s household from the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century - a fishnet hutch, a dwelling house, a barn, a fish smokehouse, bathing hut. The museum has an extensive collection of ...
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Bulduri Exhibition House

Bulduri Exhibition House

Bulduri Exhibition House was built in 1920 and embodies the essence of the best traditions of the construction of Jūrmala. The two exhibition halls and an outdoor area are completely devoted to art, innovative and creative processes – exhibition halls host art exhibitions and visitor engaging art actions, creating an art space as an important stop for anyone seeking a ...
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Art gallery "Inner Light"

Art gallery "Inner Light"

Every painting created by Vitaly Yermolayev hides a secret of light inside it. The author himself calls this effect the ‘inner light’. His works sparkle under special lighting, and instead of the painting, the viewer sees something different, an initially hidden version. The artist has successfully combined his new ‘fluorescent’ technique with the best ...
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Jurmala Culture Centre

Jurmala Culture Centre

The premises of the Jurmala Culture Centre offer possibilities to visit varied events – concerts, dance performances, art exhibitions, here there is also Jurmala cinema.  
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Jūrmala art school exhibition hall

Jūrmala art school exhibition hall

The exhibition hall of the art school offers the artwork of the school’s students, as well as exhibitions of various guest artists. The exhibition hall is open to visitors throughout the year and is also used as an educational tool, to help students to develop their skills providing them with inspiration from the works of experienced artists. Free ...
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Art station Dubulti

Art station Dubulti

This is Europe's only contemporary art space, which operates in a still-functioning railway station building. The Art Center "Dubulti" is an outstanding example of the synergy of transport, cultural and public administration resources to create a unique and accessible art platform. The Dubulti station building was built in 1977 and, following the design of ...
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Rainis and Aspazija Summer House

Rainis and Aspazija Summer House

Jūrmala is the town that inspired Latvia’s greatest poets Rainis and Aspazija. After the major reconstruction, it now shines in a new and unprecedented way, bringing joy to the residents and guests of the resort town,  letting them experience the time when the poetic couple created their best works and left an indelible trace not only in Latvian ...
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