The Radvila Palace Museum of Art of the LNMA

The Radvila Palace Museum of Art of the LNMA is a space of historic and contemporary art and education housed inside Jonušas Radvila Palace in the Old Town of Vilnius. While the museum is waiting for a major renovation which will restore the entire complex to its original structure, creating a multifunctional arts and culture space, the currently open buildings invite the public to see its permanent exhibitions. On display are the Protest Art: The Rebels of the Soviet Era presenting the collection gifted to the museum by Vladimir Tarasov, the audiovisual installation Chambers of Radiance, a solo exhibit by Emilija Škarnulytė, and the Vibrant Old World Profiles, masterpieces from the museum’s collection of Western European painting from the 16th to the 19th centuries. The Radvila Palace Museum of Art also puts on temporary exhibitions by foreign and local artists, organizes cultural events and educational activities to the public of different ages and needs. The museum is equipped for individuals with mobility disability and to parents with strollers.

Vilniaus g. 24, VilniusGoogle Maps
Working hours:

I: Closed
II-III: 11:00-19:00
IV: 12:00-20:00
V-VI: 11:00-19:00
VII: 11:00-17:00

The gallery is open for 1 hour shorter on the day before national holidays and closed during national holidays.


6 € adults
3 € for pupils, students, pensioners

Free with Vilnius Pass

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