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M.K.Čiurlionio St. 116
Tel. +370 313 53901, +370 615 17266
In a lodge house of an original architecture and a surrounding forest, works of wood carving, smithery, ceramics and amber, rare species of Lithuanian trees are exposed. From 1976, professional artists from all Lithuania keep organizing plein airs and creative workshops here. Their works enabled creating a real park-gallery in the territory of the Museum: here you will see characters of a popular Lithuanian fairy tale “Eglė žalčių karalienė” (Eglė the Queen of Serpents) – the mother Eglė (Fir), her sons Ąžuolas (Oak), Uosis (Ashtree), Beržas (Birch) and a daughter Drebulė (Aspen), the serpent Žilvinas’ sculpture, triptych on the topic of Hunting (Hunter, Feeder, Bird protector), a sculpture of St. Florian, patron of fire-fighters, Bears’ bench with a honey barrel, a Bear and Woodward, Dwarfs, Witch, etc.
From the newest creations it is worth mentioning the monumental oak carving work of Lithuanian sculptors dedicated to the millennium of Lithuania.
2 €, for students, juniors and seniors – 1 €
II-VII 10.00 - 18.00