This is the only modern art space in Europe that is located in a functioning railway station. The Dubulti Art Station is an excellent example of how to combine transport, cultural, and public administration resources to make a unique art platform accessible to everyone. The Dubulti Station was built in 1977, and, according to the idea of its architect Igor Javein, it created associations with the rolling sea. In 2015, the station was fully renovated, which also made it possible to create a professionally managed art gallery here. Free admission.
Please be informed that starting from October 11 visiting the site is only available for persons holding a certificate on vaccination or recovery or a statement (in paper or digital form) regarding a negative Covid-19 test. While visiting the site it is necessary to hold the 2 meters distance and use a facial mask.