Pāvilosta Local History Museum has found its home in the first stone building, in Pāvilosta from 1897 to November 17,1992. More than 8000 museum objects are kept in the museum. The museum is proud of several unique objects: stone and bone axes found in Saka parish, forged bronze brooches and belts, as well as the instrument of labour which may not be found even at the Ethnographic Open-Air Museum – a honey press.Adrese:
Dzintaru Street 1, PāvilostaKontakti:
Phone.: + 371 63498276, + 371 29226273,
Open: Mon. – Fri. 9.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m.,
Closed: Sat., Sun.
Open: Mon.,Tu. closed, Wed. – Fri. 11.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m., Sat., Sun.12.00 a.m.- 4.00 p.m.
LVL 0.15 for students and pensioners, LVL 0.50 for adults, 50% discount for disabled visitors, guide service in the museum – LVL 2.00, tours around Pāvilosta and the neighbourhood LVL 6/h.