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Three extraordinary museums in Lithuania

Museum lovers will be introduced to three unusual museums in Lithuania. It’s worth visiting!
 |  Borena Kuliashvili  | 

Open Air Museum of the Center of Europe – Europos Parkas

With more than 100 pieces of art by artists from 34 different nations, the 55-hectare open-air museum of contemporary art contextualizes the geographic center of the European continent and reflects the pinnacles of Lithuanian and global sculpture. One of Lithuania’s most remarkable museums of modern art is this one. Visitors are shown the surprising sculpture compositions on the park’s expressive topography, which includes hills, the edges of tiny lakes, and the heart of the forest.

Archaeological Site Museum of Kernavė

The museum provides information about the Kernav Archaeological Site, which is home to the first capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The museum’s rooms provide a thorough depiction of the site’s history, starting with its origins in prehistoric times and ending with the prosperous craft era in the 13th and 14th centuries. In the contemporary exhibition, visitors may view real artifacts and learn how to make and use the tools on display. Visitors can also view video content that highlights the work of experts in experimental archaeology.

Lithuanian Sea Museum

The fascinating underwater world, which is home to dolphins, sea lions, fish, penguins, shellfish, and mollusks, is perplexing. The Lithuanian Sea Museum wants you to learn about it, appreciate it, and take care of it. Simply take the ferry from Klaipda to Smiltyn, where you may then choose to walk along the shore or ride in a horse-drawn carriage. You can encounter California sea lions, dolphins, and Baltic grey seals there. The museum receives half a million visitors annually, which can be attributed to the joyful feelings and children’s joyous eyes.

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