Stained glass windows, an underground hang-out spot, sweeping red carpets, crystal chandeliers, and a confrontational amount of blackamoor art – it's a revealing look at 14th-century frat life at the House of the Black Heads. Initially built in 1334, the house was used by the Brotherhood of Black Heads, a fraternity for unwed merchants, shipowner...
- * Admission to the House of the Black Heads
- No lockers available. Free for kids aged under 7 and disabled visitors +1 carer. Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance. * Free guided tours available directly with the supplier: Every last Sunday of the month at 11:00 in Latvian, at 12:00 in Russian, and at 13:00 in English (max. 25 guests per tour, reservation required)
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