The Popular Front Museum is a modern history archive with specific documents and display items, reflecting the Latvian people's struggle for liberty at the end of the 20th century, to be known forever as the third Period of Reawakening or the Singing Revolution.
The interior of the museum is fashioned in the style of the 1980s and 1990s, reminding of the times when the museum's rooms served as headquarters for the Popular Front. The exhibition is displayed on three floors, and is visually interconnected with the symbol of Auseklis that is stylistically integrated in the museum's interior and specific design elements. Thanks to contemporary design and technology, visitors can not only learn new information, but also relive the emotional events reflected at the exhibition. With the help of a touch screen, the museum's visitors can go through various materials from the archives of the Popular Front. Interactive games and attractive design make the museum interesting also for younger visitors.