Stay Safe During Your Museum Visit

In connection with the spread of Covid-19 in Latvia and abroad we ask you to be responsible and follow precautionary measures.

Due to the increase in the spread of Covid-19, the Latvian National Museum of Art informs that only individual visits are allowed, exceptions are members of one household. Every museum visitor from the age of 13 must wear a face mask or protective face shield.

 

Latvian National Museum of Art museums will not provide services to persons who are not following epidemiological safety requirements, including if they are not using mouth and nose covers.

 

  • Please do not visit the museum if you have symptoms of respiratory infection, are under self-isolation, quarantine at home or strict isolation. The museum reserves the right to deny entry to persons with symptoms of respiratory infection and ask them to leave the museum.
  • Museum follows safety measures, plans maximum visitors count, provides 10 metres from other visitors and museum staff. We ask visitors to follow information in visual guides and audio announcements and the directions of the museum staff.
  • Please observe a distance of 2 metres from other visitors and museum staff, follow information in visual guides and audio announcements and the directions of the museum staff.
  • On museum buildings are allowed only 50% of visitors counted by the area and infrastructure available to visitors.

  • Museum follows safety measures, plans maximum visitors count, provides 10 metres from other visitors and museum staff. 

  • Maximum visitors count: LNMM 130, MMRB 90, DMDM 50, SBM 5, MK 20.

  • Please use contactless payment and bank cards or register on Mobilly mobile app and conveniently purchase tickets on your phone.

 

Useful information for the exhibition “Wild Souls. Symbolism in the Art of the Baltic States” visitors here.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

 

What measures are being implemented in the museums of the LNMA for the safety of visitors and museum staff?

 

  • The museum staff are provided with protective equipment.
  • Alcohol-containing hand disinfectants are available at museum entrances, while all that is necessary for hand hygiene is available in the museum lavatories (hot water, liquid soap, means for hand-drying).
  • A one-way flow of visitors is being organised inside the museums to ensure the observation of a distance of 2 metres.
  • Guidelines are placed in the museum premises, there are audio announcements (LNMA, AMRB) about the requirement to observe a distance of 2 metres and other directions regarding the museum visit.
  • The museums provide the possibility to make contactless payments and payments by bank card as well as purchasing entry tickets on your mobile phone using the Mobilly app.
  • Regular cleaning, incl. disinfection, of the premises and surfaces is carried out in the museums.
  • The number of shared surfaces and objects has been reduced in the museums.
  • Every museum visitor from the age of 13 must wear a face mask or protective face shield.

 

Can I purchase an entry ticket for the visit of the museums of the LNMA online?

Yes, you can purchase a ticket for a visit to the Latvian National Museum of Art, Art Museum Riga BOURSE and the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design quickly and conveniently using the Mobilly mobile app.

 

 

Is it possible to visit the museums of the LNMA in organized groups?

No, until 6 December 2020 the museum is open only for individual visitors, exceptions are members of one household.

 

Have the working hours of the museums of the LNMA changed?

The working hours of the museums remain the same. For your convenience:

  • Due to the state of emergency The Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova Museum is available for visitors only by pre-application (+371) 67 28880 0 or by e-mail sbm@lnmm.lv.

    On Tuesdays the museum is open until 19.00.

  • The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design is open until 19.00 on Wednesdays.
  • The Latvian National Museum of Art, Art Museum RIGA BOURSE are open until 20.00 on Fridays.

 

Is it possible to book a formal wedding photo session at the museums of the LNMA?

No, until 6 December 2020 it is not possible to book a formal photo session. The museum is open only for individual visitors, exceptions are members of one household.

 

Do the museums of the LNMA provide cloakrooms and bag storage?

LNMA: There is a self-service cloakroom on Floor 1 of the museum. The museum shall not be responsible for items left at the cloakroom. Lockers are available in the cloakroom.

AMRB: There is a staffed cloakroom on Floor -1. Lockers are available in the cloakroom.

MDAD: There is a staffed cloakroom on Floor 1, which can also be used in self-service mode.

SBM: There is a self-service cloakroom. The museum shall not be responsible for items left at the cloakroom.

 

Please refrain from carrying rucksacks, briefcases and other items exceeding A4 size on the day of the visit. The museum carries out regular disinfection of the cloakrooms and lockers.

 

Do the museums of the LNMA offer guided tours?

No, until 6 December 2020 the museum is open only for individual visitors, exceptions are members of one household. Therefore, guided tours are not available.

 

Do the museums of the LNMA offer creative workshops?

No, until 6 December 2020 the museum is open only for individual visitors, exceptions are members of one household. Therefore, creative workshops are not available.

 

Is there a lift at the museums of the LNMA?

Yes, lifts are available at the museum. We ask only persons in wheelchairs, those with pushchairs and visitors with reduced mobility to use the lifts.

 

How to avoid getting infected with Covid-19?

Preventive measures are similar to those for other acute upper respiratory infections: frequent washing of hands, especially after contact with infected persons or their environment. Use disposable tissues after coughing or sneezing and wash your hands afterwards! To avoid infection, observe social distancing – keep a distance of 2 metres from other people, avoid crowded places, stay at home and work remotely as much as possible.

 

Please follow official guidelines and news on the COVID-19 info page.

We wish you a relaxed and pleasant museum visit!

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

LNMA

T: (+371) 67 324 461
E: ekskursijas@lnmm.lv

 

AMRB

T: (+371) 25 732 122
E: rigasbirza@lnmm.lv

 

MDAD

T: (+371) 67 227 833
E: dmdm@lnmm.lv

 

SBM

T: (+371) 67 288800 

E: sbm@lnmm.lv