Located within Obelisk Farm, our hemp museum serves as a symbol of heritage and innovation, providing visitors with a captivating exploration of the rich history and versatile applications of hemp. As the only hemp museum in Latvia and the entire Baltic region, we take great pride in showcasing the extraordinary role hemp has played in shaping our cultural heritage and sustainable future. Through immersive exhibits, interactive displays, and educational programs, we invite you to explore the fascinating world of hemp, from its ancient origins to its modern-day resurgence. 

The museum is open from May until September                                            Monday - Sunday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Guided Tours: Explore the museum with Andris. Guided tours are only available upon request. Please contact us in advance to schedule your tour.

Accessibility: The Hemp Museum is wheelchair accessible. If you have specific accessibility needs, please let us know, and we'll be happy to accommodate you.

Exploring Hemp's History

Step back in time and uncover the ancient origins of hemp. From its earliest cultivation to its role in maritime exploration and trade, this exhibition chronicles the fascinating history of hemp.

Hemp in Modern Industry

Discover the diverse applications of hemp in contemporary industries. From textiles and construction materials to biofuels and health supplements, explore how hemp continues to revolutionize modern manufacturing and contribute to sustainable development.

Sustainability and Environmental Impact

Examine the environmental benefits of hemp cultivation and its potential to mitigate climate change. Learn about hemp's role in soil regeneration, carbon sequestration, and biodiversity conservation, and discover how it can contribute to a more sustainable and resilient future for our planet.


Explore the medicinal and recreational aspects of hemp-derived compounds such as CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). Learn about their therapeutic properties, legal status, and the latest scientific research on their potential health benefits and risks.