Riga Motor Museum is the largest antique vehicle museum in Baltic countries. It has gained acknowledgement in Europe and further afield.
Riga Motor Museum is a state owned culture institution functioning both in Latvian and international professional environment, available to the public for research, education, and enjoyment. It is working in the interests of widest society by collecting, preserving, restoring, researching, and communicating antique vehicles as a part of industrial heritage and material culture.
Riga Motor Museum is branch of Road Traffic Safety Department which operates under the Transport Ministry of Latvia Republic. The museum received accreditation in 1999, 2004, and 2010. It is a member of several professional organizations: International Association of Transport and Communication Museums (IATM–ICOM), Latvian Museums Association, and Latvian Transport Development and Education Association.
The main exhibition of Riga Motor museum is dedicated to the historical development of cars, motorbikes and bicycles over the first century of its mass production from the last decade of 19th to the end of 20th century. In the exhibition space of 3278 m2 there are more than 230 exhibits on show.