Radvila Palace Museum of Art

The newly renovated Radvila Palace Museum of Art reopened with an exhibition Protest Art: The Rebels of the Soviet Era, presenting a part of a wide collection gifted to the museum by Vladimir Tarasov. The exhibition presents the works of forty artists who worked under the conditions of ideological dictate, censorship, and restricted freedom of movement during the 1960s and 1980s in the Soviet Union. The creative works of the Moscow Conceptualists and the Lithuanian Silent Modernists are central to this collection, many of whom were forbidden to exhibit their works publicly.

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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

Liubavas Manor Watermill-Museum
Liubavas Manor Watermill-Museum

It’s a museum recounting Lithuania’s historical, cultural and technical heritage

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