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All reviews art nouveau spiral staircase small museum dressed in period costume original furniture lovely museum alberta iela museum staff take photos the ground floor several languages everyday life stained glass albert street worth a visit on display couple of hours
Such a nice house or should I say home. Call the doorbell and look up in the stairs... so beautifull. Knock on the door and you'll be back in time to the end of 1800 / beginning og 1900. And you walk through a flat...More
I had had the opportunity to admire Art Nouveau pieces of furniture in various occasions before - but this little museum brings it to the next level. You get to visit the beautiful apartment of famous Latvian architect Konstantīns Pēkšēns (1859-1928). The stunning Art Nouveau...More
It is just two floors and basement one, even though as full of interactive screens and photo room is way less interesting than the 1st floor. It contains full art nouveau apartment with original furnishings. It is especially interesting to see private parts such as...More
Absolutely loved this place, beautiful, informative but fun too. We didn't realise you could have your photograph taken in the dressing up room but a local explained it to us. You can have one free copy and the rest emailed to you. The staff are...More
This museum is mainly an Art Nouveau apartment furnished entirely in authentic artefacts from the period. The presentation is excellent and really gives a good idea of what these places were like in their heyday. The explanations are clear and give a good background to...More
After walking through the Art Nouveau district, a visit to this museum is a good idea. It tells you more about the people who built the properties and Riga's history of Art Nouveau architecture. There are some fun interactive elements, too, plus a recreated AN...More
Small but beautiful and informative. Videos help in understanding life in the art nouveau days. Not only the museum itself is beautiful, you can appreciate lots of art nouveau architecture on the way to the museum.