This small museum is one flight up from one of the offices of the President of Latvia. There are several guards pacing outside, but you can just open the front door and go up the stairs, walking past the office with the plaque on the door and continuing up the next flight of stairs to the museum. Inside you will find artefacts from the Stone Age through 1941. I thought the ancient currency and folk costumes were interesting. There was also an exhibit on education in Latvia when it was part of the Russian Empire. There was even a sign written in Russian, designed to be worn around a child's neck, reading "Today I spoke in Latvian."
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