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Riga Ghetto and Latvian Holocaust Museum

Maskavas 14a, Riga, Latvia
+371 67 270 827
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Amazing museum

This museum was really well done. They have taken a home that was in the original ghetto and moved... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Laurenrenae
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sad but interesting

A very important place to visit in Riga to learn about the ghetto and the holocaust. A very sad and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Maclean93
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Inverness, United Kingdom
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Maskavas 14a, Riga, Latvia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This museum was really well done. They have taken a home that was in the original ghetto and moved it into the museum so you can see how small the area was that would hold approximately 30 individuals. They have a rail car used to...More

Thank Laurenrenae
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very important place to visit in Riga to learn about the ghetto and the holocaust. A very sad and moving experience.

Thank Maclean93
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As a Jewish traveler, it is important for me to visit these places when I go travelling. This particular museum is situated where the Riga ghetto stood. Overall I thought the museum mediocre, which was a pity. I would recommend instead visiting the only remaining...More

Thank Jeanette G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This museum is well worth a visit and easily to get too. For those interested in the holocaust and WWII, a visit to Runbula, Salaspils and the burnt out synogogue is of great interest.

1  Thank ZSEF
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Largely outdoor, the museum offers a detailed story of the Nazi led holocaust, in and beyond Latvia's borders. It is personalised by the names and photos of victims and memorabilia in a small hut of the time. The detailed planning of the holocaust was remarkable...More

1  Thank David B
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This is a place of reflection of what terrible things humans can do to each other. Small but worth a look.

Thank sharondm2016
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Very worthwhile- very informative. Most was outside as the temporary exhibits were all closed when i was there.

Thank scottestill
Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

This museum is mostly outside. Interesting and extremely sad at the same time. During our visit there was also exhibition about genocide of Armenian people during 19th & 20th century.

Thank Maija K
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Has an extensive historical perspective about Riga Ghetto area, other areas that were impacted by the Nazi were also told. Railroad car exhibit, names of people,children paintings in exhibit all added values Ellsworth your time.

Thank DrMikeSUNY
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

We found the list of names comprehensive. The names of our known relatives where all there. The spelling of the names was in some cases different then what we have known. So this was helpful to us.

Thank Joram P
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FayeEdwards
What are your opening hours during the summer months?
15 March 2015|
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Response from Albia-Newton | Reviewed this property |
I don't know - But if you look at the Museum Website it has details (as does the Riga Tourism Site). I think they are opem from about 1000 until 1700 if I remember correctly
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