EXHIBITIONS

FOR VISITORS

WORKING HOURS
  • MONDAY CLOSED
  • TUESDAY 11.00 - 17.00
  • WEDNESDAY 11.00 - 17.00
  • THURSDAY 11.00 - 17.00
  • FRIDAY 11.00 - 17.00
  • SATURDAY 11.00 - 16.00
  • SUNDAY 11.00 - 16.00

 

The museum is closed on national holidays: 1 January, Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Monday, 
summer solstice (23–24 June), Christmas (24–26 December) and 
31 December, except during special events.

ADMISSION FEE
Pupils and students
(with the respective ID)
 Free
Adults EUR 1,50
Pensioners and disabled people EUR 1,00
Disabled people from Tukums Municipality  Free
Viewing the artwork collection EUR 15,00
GUIDE SERVICES
In Latvian
(up to 20 people/hour):
EUR 16,00
In a foreign language
(up to 20 people/hour):
EUR 22,00
In Latvian outside the museum 
(up to 20 people/hour):
EUR 20,00
Thematic
(up to 20 people/hour):
EUR 24,00
 
FREE ADMISSION
Free admission to exhibitions and expositions
  • Pre-school children

  • Pupils of special schools, boarding schools and orphanages in Tukums Municipality (with the respective ID or note)

  • Disabled people living in Tukums Municipality and companions of people with a group I disability (with the respective ID)

  • Employees of Latvian museums (with the respective ID)

  • Members of the International Council of Museums (with the respective ID)

  • Members of the Tukums Group of Artists (at the Museum of Art with the respective ID)

  • Members of the Artists’ Union of Latvia (at the Museum of Art with the respective ID)

  • Exhibition authors, participants and family members thereof (with an invitation)

  • Invited people (with an invitation)

  • Holders of the Tukums Museum’s Honorary Card (with the respective card)

  • Members of the friend groups of all Tukums Museum’s units (with the respective ID)

  • Employees of Tukums Museum and family members thereof

  • Persons accompanying pupil groups (no more than two)

  • Guides accompanying tourist groups of more than 20 people

Free admission to events
  • Pre-school children

  • Pupils of boarding schools, orphans and children without parental care living in Tukums Municipality (with the respective ID)

  • Disabled people and companions of people with a group I disability (with the respective ID)

  • Event authors, participants and family members thereof (with an invitation)

  • Invited people (with an invitation)

  • Holders of the Tukums Museum’s Honorary Card (with the respective card)

  • People with permits from the museum’s administration/director (with the respective application with resolution)

  • Members of the friend groups of all Tukums Museum’s units (with the respective ID)

ABOUT ART MUSEUM

ABOUT ART MUSEUM

Tukums Museum of Art is known for its superb collection of artwork that was started by the painter Leonīds Āriņš (1907–1991) in the early 1930s. The collection includes works by Janis Rozentāls, Johans Valters, Vilhelms Purvītis, Jēkabs Kazaks, Ģederts Eliass, Valdemārs Tone, Konrāds Ubāns, Jānis Tīdemanis, local painters Leonīds Āriņš, Ansis Artums, Kārlis Neilis and others.

The museum’s virtual exposition “Tukums Museum of Art Through the Times” shows part of the artwork collection and enables viewers to digitally create their own special postcard from their fragments thereof to be sent over e-mail as a surprise.

The museum holds exhibitions of professional Latvian artists with a focus on the creative aspects or topics explored by them. With special appointment, it is possible to view the entire artwork collection, which includes more than 500 paintings and 200 graphics.

The museum not only provides visitors with a deeper understanding of art, but also with creative expression opportunities through the Artwork Reproduction programme.