Starting from October 1, 2020 until March 31, 2021 Daugavpils Tourist Information Centre (Daugavpils TIC) will be open for visitors 6 days a week.
Starting from October 1, 2020 until February 28, 2021 Daugavpils Fortress Culture & Information Centre will be open for visitors 7 days a week from 9.30 am to 6 pm.
Starting from October 1, 2020 till April 30, 2021 Shmakovka Museum will be open for visitors 6 days a week. From October till the end of April opening hours of Shmakovka Museum will be from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm.
Leaflets about the upcoming events held in Daugavpils in September, October 2020 are available at Daugavpils Tourist Information Centre.
On Peter’s Day Rothko Centre remembers the pioneer of Latvian contemporary ceramics Pēteris Martinsons
Pēteris Martinsons’s earliest childhood memories are tied with Daugavpils, where he spent the first thirteen years of his life and had his first experience with clay.
Shmakovka Museum is becoming more accessible and will be open to visitors 7 days a week during the active tourism season from June, 15th.
From 2 June until 25 October Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre offers a retrospective exhibition “In My Beginning Is My End” by Chinese abstractionist Hsiao Chin.
Latgale Zoo in Daugavpils, which is one of the most popular tourist attractions and a favorite place for families, is open to visitors starting from 27 May, 2020.
Having rescheduled the 3rd Latvia Ceramics Biennale to the summer of 2021, its organisers extend the application deadline for the international juried exhibition of ceramics “Martinsons Award” until 1 November 2020.
6th International Historical Re-enactment and Rock Music Festival “Dinaburg 1812” is postponed to July 2021
It is decided to cancel the 6th International Historical Re-enactment and Rock Music Festival “Dinaburg 1812” in 2020. This decision was made in connection with the decision to cancel or postpone events in the summer of 2020 and taking into account the state of emergency in the country.
The exhibition “Daugavpils Jewish Society and the Jewish Community” displays 40 photographs depicting the life of Jews in Daugavpils from 1949 to 2019.
With the extension of the nationwide state of emergency, the organisers of the 3rd Latvia Ceramic Biennale have decided to reschedule the entire programme and its central event – the international juried exhibition “MARTINSONS AWARD” – for the summer of 2021.
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