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19 km north of Vilnius is one of the most unique and memorable museums that Lithuania has to offer. Europa Park is home to 100 works of art. These distinctive and sometimes surprising works are arranged throughout the 55 hectares that the museum occupies.

19 km north of Vilnius, and hidden by the surroundings of thick green forest, is one of the most unique and memorable museums that Lithuania has to offer. Europa Park, so called because it was understood to be located in the geographic centre of Europe (a topic of much discussion among geodesists), is home to 100 works of art from 34 countries. These distinctive and sometimes surprising works are arranged throughout the 55 hectares that the museum occupies. Wandering the twisting and snaking paths that traverse the park, you can find yourself faced by a giant’s head fashioned from welded copper plates, or house-like structures tilting towards ponds, huge sloping edifices of granite. Most famous of all are the giant alien egg-like structures that are the work of the Polish sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz and the installation of old Soviet-era televisions, a Guinness World Record holder, titled “LNK Infomedis”. A perfect outing for art lovers looking to experience art in a more natural context, the park is also fun for kids who can explore its ample environs. Open all year round, and there’s no need to book in advance.

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