The Baltics*


Open Air Museum 

The Museum was established in 1924 and there are now 118 folk architecture objects exhibited in this area of 87ha on the coast of the Jugla lake. The museum has rehoused traditional buildings and preserves documents objects of folk of the Latvian historical and ethnographical regions, along with evidence of the way of life and culture of the rural population, characteristic to the period from the 17th century until 40-ies of the 20th century. The museum researches and informs society about the cultural heritage, work and daily life traditions and aesthetics of folks who have lived in the territory of Latvia