Discover three new venue openings in Vilnius offering exclusive interiors, multi-functionality and creative solutions for new event formats.
The House of Histories is the newest and most modern branch of the National Museum of Lithuania, though the building itself dates back to the second half of the 18th century. The venue is a space that invites visitors and delegates to experience history not as something fixed in the past, but as integral to the contemporary reality we are creating today. The building’s first floor houses the Education Hall, which can seat up to 75 delegates and a café. The open event space, about 120-square-metre, is located on the second floor.
Historical Neringa Hotel has just reopened following an extensive three-year reconstruction and now features 124 brand new rooms, three conference halls, a bright conference lobby and a spacious reception area. The hotel's conference halls and spacious conference lobby area offer a total of 305 square metres of event space. Together, the conference halls can accommodate up to 140 people at one time, while the biggest hall is suited for up to 105 people. Guests are invited to take a refreshing moment at the lobby bar or the restaurant to enjoy preserved authentic decor elements and artistic sculptures.
The Energy and Technology Museum has reopened to visitors and events. The museum is housed in a unique object of technological heritage – Vilnius’ first power plant. The large industrial space is suitable for workshops, conferences, gala and concerts. Events can be organised in three large halls and three smaller areas. The pride of the venue – the power plant’s equipment exhibition in the Turbine and Boiler halls – provides a unique atmosphere for events. During the reconstruction of the building, the old architecture received new modern joints and contemporary solutions.