Opening hours:

10.00 – 18.00


Adults – 5 EUR

Pensioners and students – 4 EUR

Pupils – 2,50 EUR

For pre-school children and disabled people – free of charge



The idea of a Live Silver Museum originated in Limbaži in 2012. In 2013 the museum won the title of “The Best New Tourist Attraction”, and expanded in Riga in 2019, but now the creative business community - Sigulda Castle Quarter - can be called it's home. When visiting the museum, visitors will have the opportunity to learn the story of the origin of each work of art and get to know the various types of silver by going on a guided tour.

The Live Silver Museum established by the artist showcases silver jewelry, small-scale decorations, and large-format works of art. One of the most impressive objects displayed at the museum is the “Silver Palace 3001”, an amazing scale building made of over thirty kilograms of silver – the largest silver artwork in the Baltic countries.

Visitors to the museum can see the permanent exhibition, take a guided tour, the museum also offers lectures and thematic events. In addition, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the secrets of the silversmith’s trade.
Oļegs Auzers is a popular and acclaimed silversmith, whose works have been presented, as representative gifts of the State of Latvia, to the former U.S. President George Bush, British Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Pope Benedict XVI, and other prominences.