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Tume Civil Parish, Tukums District

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Jaunmoku Palace Museum is located in the former hunting palace of George Armistead, past mayor of Rīga. It was built in 1901 and designed by architect Wilhelm Bockslaff.

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Monday 9:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 9:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 9:00 - 17:00
Thursday 9:00 - 17:00
Friday 9:00 - 17:00
Saturday 9:00 - 17:00
Sunday 9:00 - 17:00

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Daiga Šmitenberga, manager
T: +371 26123881

E: muzejs@jaunmokupils.lv

 

Ingrīda Vistopola, collection specialist
T: +37126123881
E: i.vistopola@lvm.lv


Admission fee

Adult 4.00 EUR
Pupil 2.50 EUR
Student 2.50 EUR
Senior 2.50 EUR
Family 9.00 EUR

Free Entrance

  • Children aged 6 or younger

The palace introduces visitors to Latvia’s forest management traditions and the cultural and historical heritage of the manor complex. The story begins as soon as you enter the palace, welcomed by the unique painted tile stove from Zelm & Boehm, and continues as you walk through the Art Nouveau-style salons to the memorial room dedicated to the first owner of the palace, George Armistead.

 

On the 2nd floor of the palace, the Forest Museum exhibition invites visitors to engage with the display and learn about the living nature of Latvia’s forests in an interactive way – by looking at stuffed animals, listening to bird and animal voices, touching fur samples and footprints, exploring the world of trees, plants and mushrooms or examining the old forestry tools and discovering the process of forest maintenance through archive photos. Almost any visitor will definitely find something interesting and worth trying.

 

Liepaleja Hotel and café are located on the palace and manor premises. Rental of spaces for conferences and banquets is available.

Jaunmoku Palace Museum


Tume Civil Parish, Tukums District

private museum

accredited

member

Offer and services

  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. free admission
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. free parking
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. suitable for people with reduced mobility
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. guide or mobile app
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. offer for families with children
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. outdoor activities
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. café or restaurant
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. rental of premises
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. offer for pupils
  • Material-icon/24/dark Copy 6 Created with Sketch. offer for newlyweds

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