The museum is lovely! Very well looked after by friendly staff. The exhibition has also an interactive part downstairs so one can better understand the history and architecture involved. Would surely recommend it!
About Musee Art Nouveau
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The Musee Art Nouveau reminds us that the movement was about more than just architecture. Home furnishings and paintings were also remade in the Nouveau style. Before you enter the museum proper, be sure to go up the spiral staircase to the left of the...More
The Art Nouveau District is a must see in Riga. This small museum allows you to see the interior of one of these buildings with a restored art nouveau apartment.
Museum is nice and staff is really very helpful. Dont be afraid and ask them things. They tell you a lot. And give some cookies )
Blimey nearly 'ad an art attack. Was in there for nearly 4 hours. Hugely comprehensive collecting of paintings. Great place to hide from rain and the sun.
The art nouveau architecture is a big attraction of Riga and this is one of the few places which can get really busy with foreign visitors. It is also one of the most expensive attractions in town. However it is well worth it: on the...More
Very interesting to be able to see an art nouveau building from inside. Along with some history facts that developed such artistic style in Riga. I think a bit overpriced for such small museum but I love art nouveau so I had to see it.
The best thing for your 5 euros is the staircase to the museum upstasirs whihc is seldom open and attracts another charge. You wander thr' a few sparsely furnished rooms, admittedly with period wallpaper but few items - about 6 pieces of furniture in all...More
Three of us greatly enjoyed our visit to this wonderfully restored Art Nouveau apartment. There is the chance to walk around the various rooms including servants' room and bathroom in the state that they would have been when first built. The rooms are never less...More
The museum is basically an apartment beautifully done with all original art nouveau furniture soft furnishings ornaments etc. Really beautiful stuff, lovingly put together. There is a short film on downstairs about the architects and different styles. Costs 6 euros and well worth it. You...More