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The renovated Riga Motor Museum opened its doors to visitors on the 2nd of July, 2016. At the Museum you can view the largest and most diverse vintage motor vehicle collection in the Baltics, exhibiting more than a 100 unique automobiles and...more
This is an stunning museum. Easily the best in Riga, if cars are your thing. The design of the layout is extremely modern. The exhibits are fantastic. The Cafe is pretty good also. Easy to get to from city centre. Short walk from nearest Bus...More
Travelled to the outskirts of Riga by taxi, about 12euro. Easy to find, some public transportation is available but taxi is cheap and convenient especially during the summer months. An amazing display in a modern styled revovated building... I was here over 10 years ago...More
Visited the museum in April 2018, and absolutely loved it! Good collection of cars and interesting historical facts. Especially liked exhibition of locally manufactured bikes and cars/vans. Can also get "a soviet-time bus experience" by getting into an actual soviet-time bus and take a "ride"...More
Being a member of 'LATVIJAS ANTĪKO AUTOMOBIĻU KLUBA' in the late 1980-s, I remember the Motormuseum from the time its building was originally constructed. Today the museum is much more interesting than ever through its history. Car enthusiasts should not come out dissapointed
The motor museum has an impressive collection of cars and other vehicles. Everything is very nicely presented with interactive displays in a number of languages. Although it is a relatively small museum, it is definitely worth a visit. The Soviet collection and facts about automobiles...More
We visited the museum while on a cruise stop. It was a bit away from the Old Town, but we were able to access it via public transportation. The museum had 3 levels that covered the history of how the automobile was developed, from the...More