If you interested to learn about the life as it once was in Latvia then the Open Air Museum can provide you with a very good impression of the ancient Latvia. The museum was founded in 1924 and is one of the oldest open-air museums in Europe. Here you will see examples of national building traditions. Dwelling houses and other buildings of peasants, fishermen and craftsmen are collected from all districts of Latvia. Here you can also have a look at a traditional roadside inn, windmill and a country church, feeling closer to the way of life of the previous centuries. You can attend services held in the Usma church on Sundays, too. In summer, concerts of organ and folk music take place here and various craftsmen work in their shops as they did in olden times.
Price from EUR 25 per person
Included: transfers, guide, and entrance to the museum, hotel pickup and drop off.
Duration: 4 hours, including time for transfer.