R. Žaltauskas

Open Air Museum of Lithuania

One of the largest open-air ethnographic museums (195 ha) in Europe exhibits the buildings of all Lithuanian regions and reconstructs the domestic life, work and traditions of Lithuanian peasants and city dwellers. It resembles a miniature version of Lithuania of the 18th–20th centuries where you can see hundred years old homesteads, mills, various workshops, agricultural implements and feel the spirit of the past in authentic interiors. Here you can take part in various activities: from craft educational programmes to horse riding.