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*<do name="Seaside Open Air Museum" alt="" address="Riņķa iela 2, Ventspils, LV 3601" directions="" phone="(+ 371) 63624467" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">The Seaside Open Air Museum was founded in 1954 to preserve the heritage of the seaside fishing village. Today it is the only open air museum dedicated to fishing in Latvia. It features fishermen’s homesteads, barns, wind mills (from the Užava parish), smokehouses, curing cabins, net sheds and other samples of native building and household artefacts. In an area of 4 ha, you will find an extensive sea boat collection and the largest anchor collection in the
Baltics with more than one hundred exhibits dating from the 17th century to present day. At the Seaside Park you can enjoy the Enkuru taka (Anchor trail) which is formed of the biggest anchors.</do>

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Ventspils is a city situated on the western coast of Latvia, on the Baltic Sea. Ventspils is one of Europe's busiest ports.

Get in

By bus

  • Several buses a day connect Riga and Liepaja with Ventspils.

By Car

  • The A10 road runs from Riga to Ventspils and it is in very good condition when compared to some other roads it Latvia.

By Boat

Ferries run between Nynashamn for Stockholm and Ventspils overnight. These are mainly used for transport of HGV's to Sweden but passengers and small vehicles can use the service. Tickets can be purchased from an office at the port.

Get around


  • Cow sculptures
  • Castle
  • Old Town
  • Port




  • Kafejnīca Ukraina, Ganību iela 95a, tel 63622677.




Get out

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