The Museum of Baron MunchausenThe Museum of Baron Munchausen helps to revive in memory the stories about the incredible adventures of Baron Hieronym Karl Friedrich von Munchausen. His most beautiful years Baron Munchausen spent with his wife Jacobina in Latvia, in Vidzeme, in the Dunta manor, where for many centuries people have not ceased to tell each other the stories of Munchausen. Dunta is a special place in Latvia where the sea meets the forest, in winter horses are tied to the tower spiers and in one shot fall into ten ducks, which immediately, through the pipe, fall right into the frying pan.

The Baron Munchausen Museum is one of the most visited museums in Latvia, which attracts both local and foreign tourists with its unusual exhibits.

Many argue that Munchausen is the most truthful person in the world. Confirm or refute this statement, you can yourself, come to visit us and plunge into the atmosphere of the stories of the witty Baron.

In the room of Munchausen’s wife – Jacobins, you will see the paradise of this lady of the 18th century. In turn, Baron Munchausen will meet you with the game just caught. Hunting trophies and hunting pipes, knives, weapons, wax figure Munchausen – all this and much more you can see in the museum of Baron Munchausen.

The exposition of the Baron Munchausen Museum is regularly updated with new, unusual exhibits. This season you can see the new exposition – Hall of Glory Munchausen.

On the second floor of the museum you will see the wax figures of the celebrities of the past and present. . Everyone has the opportunity to be photographed with maestro Raymond Pauls or the basketball star Ulyana Semyonova, and also, to spill a couple of words in a secular conversation with former President Karlis Ulmanis.

In addition to the premises of the museum, impregnated with a sense of wonder and riddle, the highest oaks of Europe – the oaks of Munchhausen that the baron himself planted for future generations – grow around the manor. They say that these oaks give their energy to everyone who touches them ..

Come to us. and you will feel all the charm of a leisurely rest in the atmosphere of stories about the adventures of Munchausen! It is possible that you will be able to hear the barking of hunting dogs, see the baron himself or the image of the beautiful Jacobina, flashed in the shadow of century-old oaks.

Everything in the museum of Baron Munchausen is true, it’s just a very unusual truth!

Working hours of the museum:

In the summer season (May 1 – October 31):

P. 10: 00-17: 00

B. 10: 00-17: 00

10: 00-17: 00

Ch 10.00 – 17.00

Fri. 10.00 – 18.00

Sat. 10.00 – 18.00

Sun. 10.00 – 18.00

Guide services must be agreed in advance!
In the winter season (November 1 – April 30):

P. output

On a weekend

10: 00-17: 00

Ch 10.00 – 17.00

Fri. 10.00 – 17.00

Sat. 10.00 – 17.00

Sun. 10.00 – 17.00

Guide services must be agreed in advance!

Visiting the museum, ordering and holding events outside the specified working time must be agreed with the museum in advance!