Opening hours

10 May 12.00–18.00

11 May 10.00–18.00

12 May 10.00–16.00

Ticket prices :

Full admission ticket – 2,00 EUR

Family ticket (2 adults, 2 kids under 18) – 5 €

Children under 7 – free of charge

Parking – 2 €

Kipsala parking lot accepts only cash payments.


Open Stage Seminars and Lectures

Friday, 10 May

12.30
“About field tomatoes: recommended varieties, brief description; sowing of seedlings; soil preparation for planting seedlings; basic fertilizers, additional fertilizers, types, use and preparation of plant food; vegetation period risks and protection”
Conducted by: Austra Zaļuma, board member of Artūrs Silde Horticulture Enthusiasts Club TOMĀTS

14.00
“Sweet pepper, hot pepper, eggplant growing: from seed germination to crop. An insight into the range of varieties most suitable for the Latvian climate” (in Russian)
Conducted by: Ludmila Kodzasova, member of Artūrs Silde Horticulture Enthusiasts Club TOMĀTS

15.30
“California earthworms and vermicompost – natural, ecological, organic fertilizer ensuring good crops, healthy and clean soil. How to make vermicompost, its proper use in horticulture. How to prepare vermicompost tea, its use for additional plant fertilization and protection”
Conducted by: Irēna Auziņa, member of Artūrs Silde Horticulture Enthusiasts Club TOMĀTS

16.40
“Which plants with health benefits should be in your room? Natural remedies to treat viral infections – indoor and garden medicinal plants and their use”
Conducted by: Sarma Žarčinska, chairperson of Artūrs Silde Horticulture Enthusiasts Club TOMĀTS

Saturday, 11 May

10.30
“Cherry and plum varieties”
Conducted by: Daina Feldmane, leading researcher; Dzintra Dēkena, researcher, Institute of Horticulture

11.30
“Lilacs – varieties and how to care for lilac bushes”
Conducted by: Sarmīte Strautiņa, leading researcher, Institute of Horticulture

12.30
“Planting strawberries. Varieties”
Conducted by: Valda Laugale, leading researcher, Institute of Horticulture

13.30
“Rare and lesser known fruit plants”
Conducted by: Sandra Dane, researcher, Institute of Horticulture

14.30
“Planting and pruning fruit trees. Apple tree varieties”
Conducted by: Edgars Rubauskis, leading researcher, Institute of Horticulture; Laila Ikase, leading researcher, Institute of Horticulture

15.30
“Opportunities to supplement the assortment of vegetables”
Conducted by: Solvita Zeipiņa, researcher, Institute of Horticulture

16.30
“The importance of soil for high vegetable yields”
Conducted by: Līga Lepse, leading researcher, Institute of Horticulture

Sunday, 12 May

11.00
“Spring, summer and autumn of tomato growers: briefly about greenhouse treatment; seed treatment before sowing; care for seedlings, preparation for planting; basic fertilizers, additional fertilizers, plant food; plant care during vegetation – removing side shoots, leaves, watering etc.; how to grow healthy tomato plants, greenhouse maintenance after harvesting” (in Russian)
Conducted by: Ludmila Kodzasova, member of Artūrs Silde Horticulture Enthusiasts Club TOMĀTS

12.30
“Growing melons and watermelons on the field. Preparation of planting site. From seed germination to berries”
Conducted by: Valentīna Cuznetova, member of Artūrs Silde Horticulture Enthusiasts Club TOMĀTS

14.00
“Strawberries. From soil preparation through choosing planting material to berries. Short description of strawberry varieties, recommendations”
Conducted by: Valdis Pūliņš, board member of Artūrs Silde Horticulture Enthusiasts Club TOMĀTS

* Programme is subject to change

How to find us?


City Centre to Ķīpsala:
Trolleybuses 5, 9, 12, 25
Buses 13, 30, 37, 41, 53, 57
Minibuses 236, 237, 241
Night bus N4

Ķīpsala to City Centre:
Trolleybuses 5, 12, 25
Buses 13, 30, 37, 41, 53, 57
Minibuses 236, 237, 241
Night bus N4

Baltic TAXI, telephone: 8500

Distance to:
Old Town: 1 km – 5 minutes drive http://www.riga.lv

Airport: 10 km – 10 minute drive http://www.riga-airport.com

Railway Terminal: 3 km – 5 minutes drive http://www.ldz.lv

Bus Station: 3 km – 5 minutes drive http://www.autoosta.lv

Passenger Port: 1 km – 5 minutes drive http://www.tallink.lv