The House of Histories is a space where history is presented to visitors not as a fixed past, but as a reality created and still being created by all of us.
The MO Museum gives visitors the opportunity to experience art and get to know the people and lives behind each creation
Vytautas Kasiulius Museum of Art introduces the artists of Lithuanian exodus of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The unique Church Heritage Museum located in the Old Town of Vilnius will appeal not only to lovers of sacred art, but also to anyone interested in ancient Lithuanian culture.
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.
The Vilnius Television Tower is the tallest building in the country and is rightfully ranked among the tallest television towers in the world.
The Samuel Bak Museum located on Naugarduko Street functions as a division of the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum.
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.
Over 4,000 archaeological findings are presented at the Lithuanian archaeology exhibition titled “Prehistory of Lithuania”.
The New and Old Arsenals, which belong to the National Museum of Lithuania, are located in the very heart of Vilnius, next to the Cathedral Basilica.
The Centre for Civil Education is a state-of-the-art educational space that presents in detail how the state functions and how its citizens participate in the creation and management of a democratic state.
A magical place where you can feel like a child again. There are many toys to play with, and many toys exhibits.
It’s fascinating. It’s fun. It’s sure to be surprising. Basically, that’s all you need to know about this fabulous museum.
The first public electric power plant in Vilnius is now turned into a museum where you can experience harmony of industrialism and culture.
The House of Signatories is a monument of history and architecture where the Act of Reinstating Independence of Lithuania was signed on February 16, 1918.
What makes this museum interesting is the fact that it does not currently have a permanent exposition, but only temporary exhibitions, information about which is easily accessible on the Internet.
The Tolerance Centre is located in a building which has long been in Jewish hands. After World War I, a professional Jewish theatre was established here, and cultural and social events were held by other organizations.
The Railway Museum welcomes everybody willing to know the history and present of the Lithuanian railways.
The Money Museum is interactive, adapted not only to passively view the exhibition, but also to actively participate in the cognitive process.
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.
The Vilnius Castle Museum was opened in 1960, and in 1968 it became a subdivision of the Lithuanian National Museum.
It’s a museum recounting Lithuania’s historical, cultural and technical heritage
The 19th-century wooden building is preserved in the village where the poet lived and created
Have you heard what kind of characteristics and energy Lithuanian amber radiates? If not, be sure to check out the Amber Museum-Gallery.
The only one of its kind in Lithuania, the Amber Sculpture Museum is popular with tourists from all over the world.