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The creation of local artisan Algirdas Nomeika, and the realization of a 30-year mission, the park puts sustainability front and centre. All of its unique attractions, from a herd of multicolored hobby horses, to an outdoor cinema where the seats are decommissioned bumper cars, are made from recycled materials.

Near the pretty little town of Molėtai in Lithuania’s Aukštaitija region, lies Žalvaris Park, where unique artistic vision and playfulness unite to provide a memorable experience. The creation of local artisan Algirdas Nomeika, and the realization of a 30-year mission, the park puts sustainability front and centre. All of its unique attractions, from a herd of multicolored hobby horses, to an outdoor cinema where the seats are decommissioned bumper cars, are made from recycled materials. There’s a room of crooked mirrors, reconditioned antique swings from Vilnius’ Vingis Park, as well as a lake in the centre of the park, with waterslides, paddleboards and boat rides. The park offers a fun, unique, and sustainable way to unwind and let loose, especially in the summer.

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