Art gallery „Tornis”, souvenir shop
Ancient Baltic and Scandinavian ornaments, amber items, forged articles, artciles made of juniper and Latvian music records. Some of the ornaments offered for sale are copies of the ornaments found in archaeological excavations in Turaida, which are displayed in museum`s exhibitions. The shop offers both exact copies of ancient ornaments and their symbols in modern ornaments. Special collection of ornaments is dedicated to the Rose of Turaida.The gallery is situated on the 1st storey.
Articles of Decorative and Apllied Arts, souvenir shop
Varied offer of traditional folk crafts: amber and silver jewelry, ceramics. High quality linen fabrics. Special offer – a unique souvenir – Sigulda walking-stick. The shop is situated at the entrance in Turaida Museum Reserve.
Working hours: daily, from 9:00a.m.-6:00p.m.(summer season) from 10:00a.m.-4:00p.m. (winter season).
Contact information: Biruta Bērziņa, phone: +371-26376635
Traditional art shop „Rota”
Souvenirs from Latvia and inspiring gifts. Amber and silver jewelry, basket-work, leather and woodcarving articles, dolls in Latvian national costumes as well as other gifts and souvenirs.
Working hours: daily from 10:00a.m.-6:00p.m.
Contact information: Turaidas iela 10, Sigulda, phone: +371-67976642
Large and small articles of metal. Demonstration of balcksmith`s work, opportunity to purchase or order hammered works, souvenirs or forge yourself a pewter coin. Special offer for newlyweds – forging of the coin or horseshoe of happiness themselves. Blacksmith – Andris Ščeglovs.
Sporting-club „Stiegra” offers to test your sleight of hand in archery which is available in Turaida castle yard.
Summer season (June-October) daily (in good weather conditions) from 11:00a.m.-6:00p.m. or as agreed before. In May on Saturdays, Sundays (in good weather conditions).
Contact information: phone: +371-28334583 or +371-26197921
Binocular in the Main Tower
Binocular in the Main Tower provides an opportunity to view landscape of the ancient Gauja valley and Sigulda at close distance.
Working hours: Daily, according to working hours of Turaida Museum Reserve.