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The “Crossroads of America” is not that exciting to visit, despite it being the “Racing Capital of the World,” many refer to Indy as “Nap Town.” But with a little effort, you can create a memorable Indianapolis travel guide. Like any large metropolis, Indianapolis has a lot to offer in terms of history, architecture and arts. In terms of entertainment, the city features a different festival every month, and a number of great music venues, including Verizon Wireless Music Center, Indy’s largest outdoors amphitheater. There are many recreational options as well - green parks, velodrome tracks, ice skating, affordable golfing, and much more.

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Rigas Motormuzejs

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Rigas Motormuzejs

Museum featuring antique cars

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Motor enthusiasts should check out Rigas Motormuzejs which has hundreds of antique cars from around the world. Many antique car shows are held at this museum throughout the year. Amongst the most popular permanent collections displayed at this museum is its set of BMWs and Rolls Royces.

The Rigas Motormuzejs also has wax figures of Soviet leaders from the past such as Stalin. This museum allows you to take a blast from past and see cars that once belonged to Stalin and other Soviet leaders.

This museum is located close to the Alfa shopping center. The Rigas Motormuzejs is a car lover’s paradise. Photo exhibitions are also sometimes held at this museum.

Rigas Motormuzejs
Eizenšteina iela 6, Riga LV-1070 , Riga
+371 7097171
10 am to 8 pm