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Entrance fee for vehicles! Remember to buy Jūrmala entry pass from February 1.

Jūrmala museum

  • 15.May - 14.September

    • MondayClosed
    • TuesdayClosed
    • Wednesday10:00 - 18:00
    • Thursday10:00 - 18:00
    • Friday10:00 - 18:00
    • Saturday10:00 - 18:00
    • Sunday10:00 - 18:00
  • 15.September - 14.May

    • MondayClosed
    • TuesdayClosed
    • Wednesday10:00 - 17:00
    • Thursday10:00 - 17:00
    • Friday10:00 - 17:00
    • Saturday10:00 - 17:00
    • Sunday10:00 - 17:00
Jūrmala museum
Jūrmala museum
Jūrmala museum
Jūrmala museum
Jūrmala museum
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Jūrmala Museum will tell visitors about the beginning and development of Jūrmala resort from the end of the 18th 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 Jūrmala Museum host an average of 20 different art and cultural history exhibitions a year, and the museum also hosts creative events and workshops for children. Various original Jūrmala souvenirs can be obtained in the museum souvenir shop. 

Free admission.

Tuvākie pasākumi

    26.April 02:00 - 26.May 02:00

    Peter Jansen's exhibition ''In the Silence of Light'' at Jūrmala Museum

    Peter Jansen's exhibition "In the Silence of Light" reveals the diversity of the artist's creative handwriting and techniques, presenting works created in the Netherlands and Latvia. Light, silence and nature are the leitmotifs of the exhibition. His interest in Symbolism and Art Nouveau is evident in his work, and Jansen explains that in Romantic landscapes he is interested in the strong emotionality - the subjective factor - of nature's representation. He also sees this emotionality in ancient Chinese and Japanese paintings. "I see it in the transformation of tree branches, waves and clouds into expressive, emotionally charged forms, while at the same time maintaining a meditative calm."

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    26.April 02:00 - 26.May 02:00

    Lija Rage's art exhibition "Graffiti" at Jūrmala Museum

    Lija Rage about the exhibition "Graffiti": "On the train from Jurmala to Riga, you can see long walls painted on, where over time the drawings change, are repainted and added to. On the wall you can read poetry, exclamations that correspond to the times. These walls are like a kind of open journal or gallery, where the changing drawings and textual expressions reflect the passage of time, as well as the thoughts and feelings of society.

    I combine this street art with my own drawings, digitally transform them, add my own message and weave them for a long time. I combine the relatively "fast" street art with the most time-consuming art form, classical tapestry, introducing a contrast between digital and traditional artistic expression. Tapestry is known for its time-consuming and meticulous nature, which contrasts with the speed and informality of street art. The exhibition includes years of work, from photographing, cutting, gluing, to weaving and cladding the works with visual elements."

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    25.April 02:00 - 26.May 02:00

    Līvija Brigita Pavlovska's exhibition "Again" at Jūrmala Museum

    Līvija Brigita Pavlovska (1939) in her anniversary exhibition ''Again'' looks back on almost forty years of creative work. She has always painted, both alongside her active work as an interior designer and in the quieter period of her life. Līvija Brigita Pavlovska is particularly close to floral still lifes and landscapes, and works mostly in watercolour. With this collection of paintings, the artist speaks to the viewer once again, before the works are placed on the shelves of her studio and in the museum's vaults for a longer period of time.

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