The museum is open to the public

The French garden, the main exposition of the Museum (Long Route), the exhibition of decorative art ‘From the Gothic Style to Art Nouveau’ and the exhibition ‘Princess of Courland Travels. Watercolours and drawings by Fanny Biron’ are open to the public.

Health and safety regulations

 

  1. Visitors to the Museum and the French Garden must adhere to the guidance and recommendations of the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (CDPC) of Latvia (spkc.gov.lv/en).
  2. Please assess your health before the visit and do not visit the Museum and the French Garden if you exhibit symptoms of an infectious disease.
  3. The Museum reserves the right to refuse entry to visitors with pronounced symptoms of respiratory disease.
  4. Visitors must wear a face covering indoors (medical grade or non-medical face masks).
  5. Only individual visits are allowed, exceptions are members of one household. 
  6. Museums have set a maximum number of visitors who can be in the building at the same time, providing at least 25 mof space per person. The number of visitors in the buildings is controlled by counting the incoming and outgoing museum visitors.
  7. From 15 June, museums will resume the provision of museum-pedagogical, educational and other personalized services to individual visitors or groups (excursions, educational programmes, lectures etc.) for persons who can present a certificate of interoperable vaccination or disease recovery, as well as for children under the age of 18 who can present a certificate of Covid-19 

 

testing and are accompanied by persons, which can present a certificate of interoperable vaccination or disease recovery, ensuring control whether the recipients of services comply with the Cabinet of Ministers Regulation No. 360 of 9 June 2020 ‘Epidemiological Security Measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 infection’, and ensuring that only staff with a certificate of interoperable vaccination or disease recovery are involved in the provision of these services.

6.Persons responsible for the epidemiological safety in the Rundāle Palace Museum (hereinafter – the Museum):

  • from Monday to Friday: Inga Ripa, Head of Visitor Service Department; t. +370 29487045 (during her absence – Andis Ārents, Head of Internal Security Service, tel. +371 29193400);
  • on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: Kristīne Sviķe and Linda Stīrija, Tour Operators and Main Specialists of Visitor Service Department, t. +371 26499151.

Purchasing e-tickets

To limit contact between the Museum’s staff and visitors, please purchase a valid e-ticket before your visit using this link: http://e-tickets.rundale.net/

Once the payment has been completed, ticket/s will be sent to the provided email address. Electronic and printed tickets can be presented for inspection.

For the attention of visitors

  1. The ticket office is in the Palace Stables. It is not possible to buy tickets in the palace or at the park entrance.
  2. Entry to the Palace – via the central door only (across the courtyard). Please note that the Palace operates a separate entrance and exit route.
  3. Catering establishments will not operate inside the Museum until it has been permitted. Epidemiological safety measures in the public catering sector are determined by the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 360 of 9 June 2020 ‘Epidemiological Security Measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 infection’.

 


The Rundāle Palace Ensemble

Exhibition “Long Route”

09.06.2021