Safe visit to the museum

The safety of museum visitors and staff is our priority. Due to the spread of Covid-19 in the world and in Latvia, we ask you to be responsible and take precautions. Museum doors are open to individual visitors or members of one household. We continue to provide an exciting experience, inspiration and comfort, at the same time limiting and regulating the number and flow of visitors.

Which LNMA museums are open to individual visitors or members of one household?

 

From June 4, 2021 you may visit:

The main building of the Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMA),Jaņa Rozentāla laukums 1, Riga

Art Museum RIGA BOURSE, Dpma laukums 6, Riga

The Museum of Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova, Elizabetes iela 57a-26, Riga

 

From June 5, 2021 you may visit:

The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Skārņu iela10, Riga

 

From June 9, 2021 you may visit:

The exhibition “Forest of Sculptures. Antique and Renaissance Plaster Cast Exhibition”  in Museum Storage Facility, Pulka iela 8, Riga.

 

 

Do LNMA museums have changed the opening hours and require pre-registration?

 

When visiting the main building of the Latvian National Museum of Art, the Art Museum RIGA BOURSE and the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, no prior registration is required.

 

The visit to the Museum of Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova is possible only with prior registration by phone (+371) 67 288 800 or e-mail sbm@lnmm.lv. On Tuesdays, the museum is open until 19.00.

 

The visit to the exhibition “The Forest of Sculptures" is possible only with prior appointment by phone (+371) 67 797 596, (+371) 67 357 525 or e-mail muzejukratuve@lnmm.lv. The exposition is open on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays from 11.00 to 17.00.

 

Museum opening hours remain unchanged. We remind you that:

On Wednesdays, the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design is open until 19.00.

On Fridays, the Latvian National Museum of Art and the Art Museum RIGA BOURSE are open until 20.00.

 

The opening hours of the box office may be shortened and the admission of visitors to museums may be stopped if the maximum number of visitors is reached.

 

 

What are the rules for visiting art museums?

 

Museums can only be visited by individual visitors or members of one household.

 

Museums do not provide services to people who do not comply with epidemiological safety requirements, including the use of a face mask.

 

During the visit, a distance of 2 meters from other visitors and museum staff must be kept, information in visual instructions and audio announcements, as well as instructions from museum staff must be followed.

 

Please do not visit the museum if you have symptoms of a respiratory infection, or if you must be in self-isolation, home quarantine or strict isolation. The museum has the right to prohibit the entry to the museum to people with signs of respiratory infection.

 

What precautions do LNMA museums follow to make museum visitors and staff feel safe?

 

Our employees are provided with personal protective equipment.

 

Museums' premises and surfaces are regularly cleaned and disinfected.

 

The number of shared surfaces and objects in museums has been reduced.

 

LNMA, AMRB and SF have a climate and ventilation control system, ensuring continuous air quality monitoring. MDAD and MRSAB are regularly ventilated.

 

Alcohol-containing hand disinfectants are available at the entrances of museums, and everything necessary for hand hygiene (warm water, liquid soap, hand dryers) is available in the facilities.

 

If possible, a one-way flow of visitors is organized in the museum premises to ensure the distance of 2 meters.

 

There are signs in the museum premises and audio announcements (LNMA, AMRB) that remind everyone to keep the 2 meter distance and advise to comply with other conditions for visiting the museum.

 

Museums have set a maximum number of visitors who can be in the building at the same time, providing at least 25 m2 of space per person. The number of visitors in the buildings is controlled by counting the incoming and outgoing museum visitors.

 

Maximum number of visitors:

LNMA 180, AMRB 80, MDAD ​​34, MRSAB 3, SF 7.

 

In museums (LNMA, AMRB, MDAD, SF) it is possible to use contactless payments or payments with a card, as well as to buy entrance tickets (LNMA, AMRB, MDAD) by phone, via the Mobilly application.

 

Every museum employee and visitor must wear a face mask.


 

Can I buy an entrance ticket with a bank card or online?

 

Yes, we invite you to make contactless payments or use bank cards, as well as you may register in the Mobilly app and conveniently buy a ticket on your phone.


 

Can museums be visited by organized groups of people, creative classes and excursion groups?

 

From June 15, according to the latest regulations from the government, museum visitors with a valid Covid-19 certificate (also presenting an identity document - passport or ID card) and children under the age of 12 can receive certain services, including guided tours and creative classes, upon prior registration.  Please contact the museums - see contact information below.

 

 

Is it possible to book a wedding photo session in museums?

 

Yes, ceremonial photo sessions at the museums can be booked if all participants can show a valid Covid-19 certificate (also presenting an identity document - passport or ID card) at the entrance. The number of participants in the photo session is limited. Moving around the museum, photo session participants must be wearing face masks and keep a distance from other visitors and museum staff.

 

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Please follow the instructions and updates from the authorities on the COVID-19 information website. We wish you a calm and relaxed visit to the museum!

 

More information:

The Latvian National Museum of Art

T: (+371) 67 324 461

E: ekskursijas@lnmm.lv

 

Art Museum RIGA BOURSE    

T: (+371) 25 732 122

E: rigasbirza@lnmm.lv

 

Museum of Decorative Arts and Design

T: (+371) 67 227 833

E: dmdm@lnmm.lv

 

Museum of Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova

T: (+371) 67 288800 

E: sbm@lnmm.lv

 

“Forest of Sculptures. Antique and Renaissance Plaster Cast Exhibition”  in Museum Storage Facility

T: (+371) 67 357525

E: muzejukratuve@lnmm.lv

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