Garden of Destiny Price List

The Garden of Destiny is an open territory accessible at any time. Bicycles are welcome, dogs are the responsibility of their owner. Admission fee – donations starting with 1 EUR, students – from 0.70 EUR. Admission is free for politically repressed individuals, preschool age children and wedding guests.

Paid Parking (no time limit):

Passenger automobiles up to 9 seats 2 EUR
Motorcycles 2 EUR
Buses up to 20 seats 3 EUR
Buses with more than 20 seats 5 EUR
Buses with more than 35 seats 7 EUR
Disabled persons vehicle No charge


All parking proceeds are used for landscaping work at the Garden of Destiny.

The Information Center is closed from December 1 to March 31. Attendance by appointment calling phone number 2549 5544. The Garden of Destiny Information Center accepts credit and debit cards.

Picnic facility rental – 7 EUR.

Group excursions in Latvian, English and German (mixed groups – except preschool age children. If the group consists of mainly preschool age children – refer to the price list).

Length of excursions – from 1,5 h

Up to 16 people – 18 EUR

17 – 32 people – 28 EUR

33 – 50 people (maximum number) – 38 EUR

If your group consists of more people, we recommend forming several smaller groups.

Wedding excursions – to be agreed.

We ask that excursions be registered at least 5 days prior by telephone – 2549 5544.

Guides – Daiga, tel. 2654 9681, Spodra, tel. 2600 1194, and Anita, tel. 2822 2929.

Vilis Vitols, Chairman of the Board

Things are not going easily at the moment, but with your help we will continue to build the Garden of Destiny – relentlessly and irreversibly. We are attempting to complete it as a gift to Latvia on her 100th birthday. If by chance we do not complete it on time, there is no cause for concern. Construction of St. Peter’s Church in Riga took a total of 282 years. It will not take us that long.

J. Rungis, Director, LAAJ The Executive Council of LAAJ has decided to celebrate the 60th birthday of LAAJ by donating 6000 AUD (about 3000 lats) to the Garden of Destiny. We are a part of the far-strewn Latvian nation which is so aptly remembered at this memorial site. We hope that other organizations worldwide will consider a donation to the Garden of Destiny on their anniversaries.