Planning a Visit

The Riga Ghetto Museum is located in the Maskavas Vorstadt district and is within walking distance of the center of Riga. A large part of the museum consists of outdoor exhibits. Please dress accordingly. Our informative tour guides are on site to walk visitors through the exhibits and answer questions.


10am – 6pm daily.
Closed Saturdays.

Due the Passover our museum will be closed on 11th, 12th, 17th and 18th of April. We will be happy to see you in our museum any other day (except Saturdays) from 10 AM till 6 PM. Happy and kosher Passover.


We are supported by donations only. Suggested donations:
Adult: EUR 5.
Child: EUR 3.

Make a donation now



tel: +371-67791784

Maskavas iela 14a
(Entrance from Krasta Iela)

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