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The Garden of Light for the first time in Riga.

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Location of the park

Mezaparks, Northern district,
Riga, Latvia,
Ostas prospekts
Entry gate nr. 7

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Park opening status


Garden: 16.00-21.00, Cash desk: 16.00-20.30

Friday-Saturday, holidays
Garden: 16.00-22.00, Cash desk: 16.00-21.30


Monday-Sunday, holidays
Garden: 17.00-21.00, Cash desk: 17.00-20.30

Garden closed
24.12.2023 and 31.12.2023

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Price list

Ticket types:

Normal ticket (Monday-Thursday) - EUR 12,00
Normal ticket (Friday-Sunday) - EUR 15,00
Discount ticket* (Monday-Thursday) - EUR 10,00
Discount ticket* (Friday-Sunday) - EUR 13,00
Tickets for children up to 100 cm - free of charge

Standard subscription ticket - EUR 28,00
Season ticket with discount* - EUR 23,00
Season ticket for a child up to 100 cm - free of charge

*Discounted tickets are available:
- children up to 12 years of age
- persons aged 60 and over
- persons with disabilities and their carers

Weekend prices are valid from 27-29.12.2023.

Dear guests!

We are closed on January 16th due to unfavorable weather conditions! We apologize for the inconvenience! We will be happy to see you tomorrow!

Snow White exhibition 2023/24

For the first time, the Garden of Light will be in Riga with a light exhibition inspired by the fairy tale of Snow White. This enchanting open-air event full of light attractions will transport you to the world of children's fairy tales. Whatever your age, our guests will be transported to an enchanting forest and landscapes straight out of the popular fairy tale.

We will take you, your family and friends on an amazing journey through an enchanted garden - a fairytale world where you, your family and friends will follow the trails of light, discovering the fate of Snow White, the wicked stepmother, the dwarfs and the prince.

In addition to the above characters, there are dozens of light installations and many unique multimedia attractions, such as a multimedia Christmas tree, accompanied by atmospheric music.

Our exhibition will also include game elements and challenges for the little ones, as well as a number of unique photo spots throughout the exhibition to capture a visit to the Garden of Light in a fun and original way.

The Garden of Light, based on the fairy tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, will take you on a journey through the magical world of relationships. Where friendship, cooperation and mutual respect reign.

Meet the fun group of seven gnomes, each of them completely different, but all forming a harmonious group. Take your loved ones on a fairytale walk through the forest, where you will find a lost princess seeking refuge from her jealous stepmother and discover a small house always open to new guests. By following the story, you will learn to be tolerant, respect the rules of the group and take care of each other. You will discover the power of cooperation among the amazing light exhibits.

Visit the multimedia world of Snow White and her friends, where well-known characters will show you how together we can create a world full of beautiful colours and good relationships.

Let your imagination run wild and have an unforgettable adventure!

Plan a visit

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How to get there

Find out how to get here by public transport.

9, 11, 48


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Parking on Meža prospekta Street (from the zoo entrance).

Parking on Meža prospekta Street (from the zoo entrance). Recommended access by public transport.

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The exhibition is accessible to people with disabilities.

The exhibition is accessible to people with disabilities thanks to a special route, adapted toilets and no queues.

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Admission without animals

It is impossible to enter the exhibition area with a pet.

For the welfare of pets, no pets are allowed at our shows, except assistance dogs. Light and sound effects are intended for our human visitors and may not be tolerated by pets. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.

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Exhibition Regulations


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Own food and drink

It is not possible to bring your own food and drinks into the exhibition area.



Price list

Single ticket from

EUR 12,00regular Mon-Thu

One-time admission on the day and time of your choice.

Season ticket from

EUR 28,00normal

Admission on any day and time throughout the season.

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FAQ - frequently asked questions


Can I purchase a ticket in advance and how long is it valid for?

You can purchase a ticket in advance. It's valid on any day during the exhibition period (27.10.2023.-03.03.2024) according to the type of ticket purchased – either weekday or weekend ticket. A single-entry ticket is valid for one visit. Once scanned at the ticket control point, it can't be used again.

How long is the online purchased ticket valid for?

A single-entry ticket is valid on any date within the exhibition period according to its type. Specifically, if you purchase a weekday ticket, it's valid on any weekday from 27.10.2023 to 03.03.2024. If you purchase a weekend ticket, it's valid on any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. A seasonal ticket is valid throughout the entire duration of the exhibition.

Can I buy group tickets?

We do not sell group tickets.

Is it possible to purchase an entire season ticket?

Yes, we have a season ticket on sale. Take a look at our price list.

Can I return a purchased ticket?

Refunds for tickets are only possible if the exhibition is closed due to circumstances beyond the organizers' control – for instance, force majeure or technical disruptions like power outages. Please note that the tickets don't specify a particular visit date. Thus, you can use this ticket on any day (either on a weekday or weekend) throughout the exhibition period from October 27 to March 3, 2024. More details on these topics can be found in our terms and conditions.

Should I buy a ticket for an infant?

No, tickets for children up to 100 cm are free of charge.

Can I reschedule my ticket?

Tickets don't have a specified visit date. It's essential that the purchased ticket corresponds to either a weekday or weekend ticket accordingly. Meaning, if you've bought a weekday ticket, you can only visit the exhibition on weekdays. If you've purchased a weekend ticket (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), you can visit the exhibition on any day of the week. If you wish to exchange a purchased weekday ticket for a weekend ticket, you can do so at the ticket counter on-site.

Can tickets be purchased at ticket offices?

Yes, the ticket offices open 15 minutes before the opening of the exhibition.

Are there discounts available in the garden for people with disabilities?

Yes. A single-entry ticket with a discount from Monday to Thursday costs 10.00 EUR, and on Fridays, weekends, and holidays, it's 13.00 EUR. A season ticket, allowing unlimited visits, costs EUR 22.00. Persons with a 1st group disability can purchase one discounted ticket for two people including an accompanying person. Other individuals with special needs are offered reduced price tickets.


Can you bring your own food and drink to the Garden of Lights?

You are welcome to bring your own food and drink. There are food and beverage outlets in the park, offering snacks and warming drinks, among other things. You are not allowed to bring your own food to the exhibition area, and smoking of tobacco products and electronic cigarettes is strictly prohibited. We only accept payments in EUR currency at the food and beverage outlets. We also accept contactless payments.

I want to read the Garden Of Lights regulations, where can I find them?

You can find the Garden Of Lights regulations at www.gardenoflights.com

Can Garden of Lights attractions be used by people with disabilities?

Yes, the alleys are adapted to the needs of people with disabilities.

Is there a place on the Garden of Lights grounds where I can change my baby?

Unfortunately no, there is no changing table in the restroom.

Is it possible to enter the Garden of Lights area with a pet?

Out of concern for the welfare of pets at our exhibitions, pets are not allowed to enter with the exception of guide dogs. The light and sound effects are intended for our human guests and may not be tolerated by domestic pets. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.

Is it possible to take photos and videos on the Garden of Lights grounds?

Of course 😊 On the premises of Garden of Lights you can take photos and record videos. For professional video shoots, please send your request to EMAIL: marketing@gardenoflights.com. Each request is considered by us individually.

Are Garden of Lights present on social media?

Yes, on Facebook and Instagram.

How to get to Garden of Lights?

Our Garden is located in Mežaparks, Northern District, Riga, Latvia, Ostas prospekts street.
You can reach us by:
🚆 By streetcar lines No. 11
🚌 By buses no. 9,11,48


Is it possible to publish photos taken at Garden of Lights?

Of course 😊 We'd love it if you mention us on FB or Instagram.

How long does a visit last?

Book a minimum of one hour, but if you want you can stay longer with us.

Can you bring children of any age?

Yes, our exhibitions are enjoyed by any age group .

Is there a restroom at Garden of Lights?

Yes, free restrooms are located at the entrance/exit to the exhibition.

Is it possible to eat or drink at the Garden?

Yes, you are welcome to take advantage of the food and beverage offerings. There are food and beverage outlets in the park, where we offer snacks and warming drinks, among other things.

What should I do if I lost something in the Garden?

Report to the Garden's ticket office during opening hours or email info.riga@gardenoflights.com You can also call our hotline. Describe the problem, leave your phone number, and we will try to help.

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