The history and art museum of Krāslava

Is situated in one of the Krāslava castle’s buildings that were built in the 18th century. There are about 23500 collected items that show the peculiarity and uniqueness of Krāslava region from the ancient times to nowadays – some archaeological objects, a big ethnographic collection, documents, photos and valuable books of 18th -19th centuries. A unique exhibition “Five Oars” has been opened recently, it has a shape of a 17 meter long improvised boat. The exhibition "Plater's Notary Office" covers the period of Krāslava history from end of the 19th century until the 2000s of the 20th century. The museum also offers tours of the Krāslava palace park, museum educational programs for students, and fun activities for newlyweds.

Working hours:
During the summer season: (1st May – 31th October)
Wed., Thu., Fri.: 10.00 – 17.00, Mon.- Tues. – a day off.
Sat.: 10.00 – 16.00, Sun.: 10.00 - 14.00

Outside the summer season: (1st November – 30th April)
Tues.,Wed., Thu., Fri.: 10.00- 17.00, Mon.- day off
Sat.: 10.00- 16.00, Sun.- day off.
Rating by site visitors:
Pils Street 8, Krāslava, Krāslavas nov., LV-5601
Phone: +371 656 23596
55°54'0.2" N, 27°9'32.5" E

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