The Jānis Akuraters Museum
The Krišjānis Barons Museum
The Rainis and Aspazija House
The Rainis and Aspazija Summer House
The Rainis Museum “Jasmuiža”
The Rainis Museum “Tadenava”
The Janis Rozentāls and Rūdolfs Blaumanis Museum
The Andrejs Upīts Memorial Museum
The Andrejs Upīts Memorial House
The Ojārs Vācietis Museum
Look at stories and learn about distinguished individuals from a less common viewpoint
Rūdolfs Blaumanis loved people, and that was seen in his work and his life.
Ojārs Vācietis and birds
"Every proper person needs to have knowledge about biology at least at the level of a university course," Vācietis once said.
Why is the pain of my heart keeping me from writing poetry?
This is the question in Rain's journal. What did the young poet think of the years of gymnasium and university?
The Rozentāls living room
The centre of the home of Janis Rozentāls was the living room. The family used it every day, but sometimes this simple room became an elegant salon.
Andrejs Upīts and cats
Did you know that Andrejs Upīts loved cats? One of his most trustworthy followers during the last years of his life was male cat called Pīka.
The correspondence between Aspazija and Rainis is registered in the UNESCO "World Memory" list in the Latvian National Register. There are nearly 2,500 letters in the collection, and many of these are written on postcards.