Bedecked with pots, pans, spoons and other aluminium kitchen utensils, the house is visible from afar. The “house of pots” is the brainchild of Edmundas Vaičiulis. He collects and buys pots and other old things from locals and people living in the surrounding cities and towns. The house itself was once a Jewish shop, and the fragments of Jewish newspapers that the previous owners had covered the walls with still remain under several layers of wallpaper. Perhaps the most valuable exhibit of the museum is the Jewish Torah.