Latvian Museum Directory

Dobele Regional Museum

Brīvības iela 7, Dobele, Dobeles novads, LV-3701

  •  63721309
  • phone:   mob. 29436379

Dobele Regional Museum

„Once in Dobele...” - the historical exposition in Dobele Local Museum
„Once in Dobele...” - that is the beginning of story about and around us, inhabitants of Dobele, about our ancesters who have been tended soil and lived here, about Dobele life, social life and culture in our town.
Exposition starts with notion about first inhabitant of area – Semigallians, continues with history of castle mound, shows the religious mind, exhibits military objects and history of regiment called by name of Dobele. The medicine (chemist’s, hospital and Dr.E.Francmanis) as well as education (first schools) and culture life (music and theatre) has wide signification of development of Dobele town.
There are stylized countryman’s and citizen’s life (farmstead room and towns living room).
The museum exposition “Once in Dobele” offers to find out the history of hill fort and town from 13th century to 40ies of 20th century.
Let Your trip into history of Dobele be interesting and full of new knowledge!
Activities:
 
• The Sand Rainbow – drawing with colourfull sands
• From the duchess’es garden to the cup of tea – exploring vulnerary plants
• Ladies’ of the palace games – plying out medieval games and reading legends about Dobele Castle
• Be an artist – Drawing and colouring palace of Dobele
• Playing Dobele – playing games about and around Dobele
Adrese:

Brīvības iela 7, Dobele, Dobeles novads, LV-3701

Kontakti:
  •  63721309
  • phone:   mob. 29436379
http://www.dobelesmuzejs.lv/
Phone: +371 637 21309
Mob.phone: 29436379
 
Excibition Hall working hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11 – 18
Sat 11 - 16
 
Admission fee – 0,50
senniors, schoolchildren of other regions – 0,30
 
Schoolchildren of Dobele region, preschool, pupils of , children’s home, disabled persons – free entrance
 
Services offered:
Excursions over Dobele and Dobele Castle in accompany of Castle lady in Latvian, English and Russian.