Foodies, it’s time to visit a garden of delights. Discover a new generation of dining experiences in Vilnius. Take a seat in an indoor urban jungle or dine al fresco with a modern view. Share cuisines of the world with friends and create your own tasting dinner. Chefs offer their best dishes as well as exquisite experiments. Your taste buds are in for a surprise!
The Vilnius Castle Museum was opened in 1960, and in 1968 it became a subdivision of the Lithuanian National Museum.
The Glass Quarter community was formed in October 2018 in the area of Stiklių, M. Antokolskio, Gaono and Žydų streets.
When was the last time you visited a house-like museum? You will probably agree that only by knowing our origins can we create a meaningful future.
One of the oldest universities in the world, Vilnius University, has 12 faculties and around 23,000 students.
During the 15th, 16th centuries and the first half of the 17th century, the Palace of the Grand Dukes was a political, diplomatic, administrative and cultural centre of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
The former office of the KGB Deputy Chief of Internal Prison on the museum’s first floor includes an exhibition of documents, photographs, maps and other items depicting the Sovietisation of the region in 1940-1941.
A magical place where you can feel like a child again. There are many toys to play with, and many toys exhibits.
The MO Museum gives visitors the opportunity to experience art and get to know the people and lives behind each creation
This shrine is a symbol of Lithuanian baptism.
History tells us that on the Hill of Three Crosses, seven Franciscans died as martyrs
Gediminas Hill or Castle Hill is an erosional hill in Vilnius at the confluence of the Neris and Vilnia Rivers. Altitude – 142 metres, relative height – 48 metres.