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Šokolado skulptūrų muziejus
0.4 km | Vytauto g. 4, Trakai
museums, Trakai, chocolate, cafe in Trakai
Kernavės archeologinės vietovės muziejus
27 km | Kerniaus g. 4A, Kernavė, Širvintų r.
Opening hours:
NOVEMBER - MARCH
Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 16.00
Open Air Museum exhibition (reconstruction of the 13th - 14th century craftsmen yards in Kernavė) is closed during low season.
Kernavė Archaeological Site Museum is closed on Sunday, Monday and national holidays.
APRIL - OCTOBER
Wednesday - Sunday 10.00 - 18.00
Open Air Museum exhibition (reconstruction of the 13th - 14th century craftsmen yards in Kernavė) has the same opening hours.
Expositions are closed on Monday, Tuesday and national holidays.
Kernavė is the land which represents the origins of Lithuania. The site reveals all the settlements stages of this region over the course of 11,000 years. Life, sometimes booming, in decline at other times, has never stopped functioning in Kernavė. The natural landscape was partially changed so that it could make life more convenient for its inhabitants and to meet the demands of defence. The relief formed during the last glacial period, the spectacular valley of the River Neris with the authentic traces of activity left by people having lived there for thousands years and the defence system of five mounds, the site of Kernavė can be treated as an example of the integral cultural landscape remaining almost intact up until the present day.
Thanks to the archaeological research it is known that the first inhabitants settled within this territory already by the 10th-9th millennia B.C. The remaining cultural layers of settlements and burial monuments from various periods are attributed to all the epochs from late Palaeolithic to early Middle Ages.
Kernavė particularly contributes to the understanding of pre-history in the whole Baltic region. In the 13th -14th centuries the town was flourishing and was one of the most important economical and political centres of the shaping Lithuanian state, often named as the location of the old capital of Lithuania. The heritage of the medieval Kernavė is important as an example of the last Europe’s pagan state urban culture as well. Here, the existence of the pagan civilization is very clearly seen, but still it had already been influenced by the traditions of Christian Europe.
In 1390, during a raid to Vilnius, Kernavė was attacked and completely destroyed. The residents of Kernavė burned the castles upon retreating. That’s why Kernavė is often called the Lithuanian Troy. The old town was not restored any more after these events. Eventually the silts of the Neris River covered the town remains and the old capital of Lithuania sank into oblivion. Nearly 600 years had to pass, until the archaeologists found the old Kernavė.
In 1989, several years after great archaeological discoveries, Kernavė Museum-Reserve was established, and in 2002 the Kernavė Museum-Reserve was set with the status of State Cultural Reserve of Kernavė. In 2004 the Kernavė Archaeological Site was included into UNESCO World Heritage List. The principal aim of the cultural reserve has been to preserve the complex of territorial cultural heritage objects in Kernavė, the immovable and movable cultural valuables existing within its territory and organize their scientific research. In 2012 the door of reconstructed modern Kernavė archaeological site museum was opened in the town centre (Kerniaus st. 4a, Kernavė, Širvintos district, LT-19172) and new exposition reveals to visitors the most impressive archaeological artefacts found in Kernavė.
The open-air museum exhibition opened in 2016. It represents a fragment of the town of Kernavė from the 13th‒14th centuries. In order to preserve the heritage of the Archaeological Site of Kernavė this open-air exhibition is situated outside the borders of the former town. You can see replicas of archaeological finds there. Authentic archaeological material witnessing the life of the townspeople of medieval Kernavė is on display in the Archaeological Site Museum.
Tradicinių amatų centras Houvalto dvare
25.9 km | Algirdo g. 4, Maišiagala, Vilniaus r.
museum, museums, educational program, education, Vilnius region, exposition, expositions, leisure, concerts, exhibitions, of conferences
Ukmergės kraštotyros muziejus
68 km | Kęstučio a. 9, Ukmergė
V. Krėvės-Mickevičiaus memorialinis butas-muziejus, Vilniaus memorialinių muziejų direkcijos padalinys
22.2 km | Tauro g. 10-1 (Naujamiestis), Vilnius
Memorial Flat - Museum of B. Grincevičiūtė "Beatričė House", Venclovos House-Museum, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Krėvė-Mickevičius, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Mykolaitis-Putinas
V. Mykolaičio-Putino memorialinis butas-muziejus, Vilniaus memorialinių muziejų direkcijos padalinys
22.2 km | Tauro g. 10-3 (Naujamiestis), Vilnius
Memorial Flat - Museum of B. Grincevičiūtė "Beatričė House", Venclovos House-Museum, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Krėvė-Mickevičius, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Mykolaitis-Putinas
Vilniaus memorialinių muziejų direkcija
22.3 km | Pamėnkalnio g. 34 (Naujamiestis), Vilnius
Memorial Flat - Museum of B. Grincevičiūtė "Beatričė House", Venclovos House-Museum, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Krėvė-Mickevičius, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Mykolaitis-Putinas
Venclovų namai-muziejus, Vilniaus memorialinių muziejų direkcijos padalinys
22.3 km | Pamėnkalnio g. 34 (Naujamiestis), Vilnius
Memorial Flat - Museum of B. Grincevičiūtė "Beatričė House", Venclovos House-Museum, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Krėvė-Mickevičius, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Mykolaitis-Putinas
B. Grincevičiūtės memorialinis butas-muziejus „Beatričės namai“, Vilniaus memorialinių muziejų direkcijos padalinys
22.7 km | A. Vienuolio g. 12-1 (Naujamiestis), Vilnius
Memorial Flat - Museum of B. Grincevičiūtė "Beatričė House", Venclovos House-Museum, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Krėvė-Mickevičius, Memorial Flat - Museum of V. Mykolaitis-Putinas
Lietuvos teatro, muzikos ir kino muziejus
22.7 km | Vilniaus g. 41 (Senamiestis), Vilnius
The Theatre Museum was found in 1926 by Lithuanian writers Balys Sruoga and Vincas Krėvė – Mickevičius in Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas). In 1936 the Museum was transferred to the State Theatre. In 1957 the exhibits were undertaken by the Lithuanian Theatrical Society in Vilnius. In 1964 the department was named Theatre and Music Museum and until 1992, it was functioning under auspices of the Lithuanian Art Museum. In 1992 it became self – depentent institution and it was renamed as The Lithuanian Theatre, Music and Cinema Museum.The collections consist of posters, photographs, documents, memorabilia, scenery sketches, costumes, pictures, cinema techniques, musical instruments, audio, video materials, puppets, books, etc. Over 300 000 exhibits are stored in the Museum.The Museum is a depository of exhibits, a place where scientific researches are carried out, excursions, anniversary celebrations, concerts, lectures, meetings with famous people and educational events are held here.
Balninkų stiklo muziejus ir paveikslų galerija
73.2 km | Gedimino g. 10, Balninkai, Molėtų r.
museums, galeries, exposition, educational program, culinary heritage, Conference, seminars, Events, bed, points of interest, point of interest
M. K. Čiurlionio namai, memorialinis kultūros centras
23.2 km | Savičiaus g. 11, (šalia Rotušės aikštės) (Senamiestis), Vilnius
The house of M. K. Čiurlionis is a memorial place, a historical building in the old town of Vilnius, where a composer and an artist Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis (1875–1911), a genius of Lithuanian nation, has lived and created during the period of 1907 to 1908. The artist’s family pictures and a “C. Bechstein” piano of Čiurlionis times are being exhibited in the room, which was rented by Čiurlionis. The interior is created according to the examples of furniture of an artist’s epoch. High quality reproductions of Čiurlionis paintings are being exhibited in other spaces of M. K. Čiurlionis’s house. Exhibitions, concerts and educational activities are organized there as well.
Žaislų muziejus
23.5 km | Šiltadaržio g. 2 (Senamiestis), Vilnius
toys, children, museum, Souvenirs, wooden toys, toys, children, museum, Souvenirs, wooden toys
Jašiūnų dvaro sodybos rūmai
33.5 km | J. Sniadeckio g. 2, Jašiūnai, Šalčininkų r.
Literatūrinis A. Puškino muziejus
25.5 km | Subačiaus g. 124 (Rasos), Vilnius
poetry, Lietuva, Russia, park, manor, museum, chappel, exhibition, leisure, tourism, excursion, photosession, birthday, festival, culture, literature, illumination, entertainment, guide, homstead, art, pond, forest, rest, nature, monument, tomb, concert, seminar, mores, furniture, furnace, books, museums, guide service, seminars, excursions, concerts, family fests
Liubavo dvaro malūnas-muziejus
34.7 km | Liubavas, Vilniaus r.
LIUBAVAS MANORWATERMILL MUSEUM MUSEUM OF HISTORY, CULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE LIUBAVAS

Situated near Vilnius, Liubavas (Lubow) is one of the oldest estates in Lithuania, one that sits at a picturesque location near the River Gerėja, presently known as Žalesa. The ponds of Liubavas were thoroughly described in the treasury book of the Lithuanian ruler Sigismund Augustus back in 1546. Liubavas has been governed by the prominent nobles of Lithuania. The famous Lithuanian sculptor Rapolas Slizienis (1804–1881) was living and creating in Liubavas Manor. Shrouded with mystery and full of surprises and discoveries, Liubavas (Lithuanians relate it to word “love”), the most romantic manor in Lithuania is presented in the stonework mill of the manor – a new museum initiated by the sculptor Gintaras Karosas.Milling is one of Lithuania’s most important traditional economy branches. Barely several tens of watermills that operated in the first half of the previous century remain to date. This monument of technological heritage tells the story of the manor introducing to the architecture, arts, the manor dwellers of the interwar time, millers, milltechnological processes and exhibits the authentic fixtures of the mill. Liubavas Manor watermill is one of the most unique watermills in Lithuania.Liubavas Manor Watermill Museum has been awarded the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award as an excellent example of a fine andsophisticated restoration. Liubavas Manor Watermill Museum welcomes visitors from April 15th to October 15th.Opening hours: from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.Reservations required on weekdays and for groups. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.Admission: discounts for students, seniors and groups.Address: Liubavo k., LT-15143 Vilniaus r., Lithuania Tel. (+370 5) 2 377 077hq@europosparkas.lt www.liubavas.lt