Izbaudi Rīgu

House of Aspazija

In 1996, the house of the famous Latvian poet Aspazija (1865-1943) in Dubulti opened its doors to visitors as a memorial to the poet and a branch of the Jurmala City Museum. Aspazija spent the final 10 years (1933-1943) of her life in this two-story wooden cottage. The renovated House of Aspazija features a historical exhibition of interior items, which includes an interactive part called - Aspazija Returns to Dubulti.

In 1996, the house of the famous Latvian poet Aspazija (1865-1943) in Dubulti opened its doors to visitors as a memorial to the poet and a branch of the Jurmala City Museum. Aspazija spent the final 10 years (1933-1943) of her life in this two-story wooden cottage. 

The renovated House of Aspazija features a historical exhibition of interior items, which includes an interactive part called - Aspazija Returns to Dubulti.

The dining-room of the house has been fused perfectly together with the former guest room, and now allows visitors to enjoy a virtual feast together with poetry. Meanwhile, the guest-area, veranda and cabinet features a collection of art owned by Aspazija and other original items. The steps of the home leads to the second-floor, where Aspazija's work studio was located, where an exhibit of the artist's personal items is now presented.