Museum permanent exhibitions will be open free of charge to all visitors from the beginning of this year, every last Sunday of the month! At the end of last year former minister of culture Liana Ruokytė-Jonsson approved a new wider model for free museum visits – in 2018 this model was applied for school students only. According to the former minister, this decision is very suitable to families, who can visit museums all together on these Sundays, free of charge.
As of now, this model is applied to national and state museums subject to the Ministry of culture, though the same model is recommended to museums subject to other ministries and municipalities. Museums that are usually closed on Sundays, will also open their doors to visitors every last Sunday of the month.
Permanent exhibitions will be open free of charge in these museums:
- State cultural reserve of Kernavė
- The ninth fort of Kaunas museum
- M. K. Čiurlionis national museum of art
- Maironis Lithuanian Literature museum
- Trakai history museum
- Lithuanian sea museum
- Samogitian museum „Alka“
- National museum Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania
- Vilna Gaon State Jewish museum
- The Open-Air museum of Lithuania
- Lithuanian aviation museum
- Museum of Lithuanian Education History
- Lithuanian museum of Ethnocosmology
- Lithuanian Theatre, Music and Cinema museum
- Lithuanian Art museum
- Lithuanian National museum
- Šiauliai „Aušra“ museum
See you there!
For more information about museum exhibitions, tours and registration visit museum websites.
Based on information from the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania and project „Muziejus – mokykla – moksleivis. Muziejų ir bendrojo lavinimo mokyklų nacionalinis partnerystės tinklas“