Art Nouveau Museum
About the Art Nouveau Museum
The Riga Art Nouveau museum is at the apartment of Konstantīns Pēkšēns (1859 – 1928), who was a famous Latvian architect. Visitors can see the impressive Art Nouveau staircase, along with ornamental ceiling paintings. The museum opened in 2009 and currently displays the typical apartment of a Riga inhabitant at the beginning of the 20th century. Rooms are staged to give visitors an authentic visual of life as a Rigan during this time period.
Address: Alberta street 12, Riga
Prices & Where to Purchase Tickets
Student & Senior: €2
Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children): €9
Purchase tickets at the museum
Audio Guides & Guided Tours
Available in English, Russian, German, French
Guided Tours (40 Minutes)
Several buses stop along Kalpaka bulvāris
It’s approximately a 10 minute walk from the stop
Hours of Operation
10 am to 6 pm – Tuesday to Sunday
Walk along the Alberta Street to see the Art Nouveau buildings.
Guides are dressed in period costume to give visitors that authentic feeling of what life was like at the beginning of the 20th century.
Visitors found the cellar particularly fascinating.
Photography and photo printing: €2
Photos with Art Nouveau hats: €1.50
Attractions near the Art Nouveau Museum
Latvian Fire Fighting Museum