Riga Motor Museum
The Riga Motor Museum hosts the largest and the most modern antique vehicle collection in the Baltics. The museum exhibition is organized in a form of an exciting interactive story about unique vehicles, notable persons and the most significant events in the history of the automotive industry, complemented by modern multimedia technologies.
Latvian Fire Fighting Museum
Fire-fighters have always been surrounded by a special aura - simple heroism and human selflessness. Their equipment - huge fire trucks, pumps, ladders, bright helmets - makes children’s eyes glow. The Latvian Fire Fighting Museum offers not only to take a look at all these items and vehicles, but also to try them out.
Spilve Aviation Museum
Visit Spilve Airport Museum to learn about the development of aviation in Latvia. This is the oldest airport in Riga with a unique architectural heritage from Stalin times — a passenger waiting room. Even though international passenger flights are not being serviced any more at the airport, it is used by smaller aviation entities and aviation enthusiasts.
Vintage Car Museum
Vintage Car Museum was created by vintage car and motorcycle enthusiasts and restorers. Therefore the museum offers an opportunity to take a look at exclusive and elegant cars that have been built at the beginning of automotive era.
Riga Aviation Museum
The Mi-6 heavy transport helicopter looks sadly at the visitors to the museum; it somewhat resembles a flying animal from an animation movie. Airplanes from all over the world land on runway nearby but in the museum 47 objects now enjoy their their fully-deserved retirement.
Latvian Railway History Museum
Railway is the forerunner of civilisation and a life artery, as well as a friend to adventurers, offering people a way to attain their dreams. The importance of railway is inestimable, and the smell of railway is unmistakable. The Latvian Railway history Museum, established in 1990, invites you to explore the world of railways. An interesting feature of the museum is that it is situated near a functioning railway line.