Virtual tour via mobile device
Take a walk in the Sculpture Forest!

Visitors to the exhibition of antique and renaissance sculptures can get acquainted with the stories of each copy of the sculpture using a virtual guide.

The virtual guide will introduce the history of the plaster cast collection, the concept of the exhibition and the art periods. It will tell stories of each of the ancient Greek, Ancient Roman and Italian Renaissance sculptures in the exhibition in an interactive and exploratory way.



Museum Storage Facility, Antique and Renaissance Plaster Cast Exhibition

8 Pulka street, Riga



1 to 1,5 hour



Youth, adults



1,50 EUR per person or free of charge by using the virtual guide via personal mobile device



CAUTION! Payment for this service can only be made in the Mobilly mobile app!

Please observe the safety rules - the exhibition can accommodate up to 15 visitors at a time.

T: +371 67357525




  1. Please do not visit the museum, if you have symptoms of respiratory infection, are under self-isolation, quarantine at home or strict isolation. The museum reserves the right to deny entry to persons with symptoms of respiratory infection and ask them to leave the museum.
  2. Starting from 14 October 2020, every museum visitor from the age of 13 must wear a face mask or protective face shield.
  3. Please use contactless payment and bank cards or register on Mobilly mobile app and conveniently purchase tickets on your phone.
  4. Please observe a distance of 2 metres from other visitors and museum staff, follow information in visual guides and audio announcements and the directions of the museum staff.
  5. Please take care of hand disinfection. Regular cleaning, incl. disinfection, of the premises and surfaces is carried out in the museum.
  6. Before visiting the exhibition of LNMA, please check out our latest guidelines regarding prevention, and risk reduction regarding transmission of the current coronavirus in COVID-19 section on museum’s homepage.


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