Vilnius – Lithuanian capital since the 14th century. Perhaps the easiest and most popular way of getting acquainted with this city is a walking tour with a guide. We highly recommend this option for every visitor to Vilnius, especially those who are visiting for the first time. There are so many places in Vilnius where the city history is tucked away.
Vilnius Old Town – like an open air museum. Vilnius in Love is offering sightseeing and themed excursions across Vilnius.
We present a first museum in Lithuania without the traditional exhibits! With the help of digital technology you will be able to review Vilnius’ history in mere 15 minutes, from its birth to today. In this journey across 700 years, you won’t have to move a foot. Particularly flexible working hours – daily from 11 am to 8 pm.
Address: Vokieciu str. 4, Vilnius
Phone: +370 601 44 711
Energy and Technology Museum
The name does not do this place any justice, however it is certainly worth your while, especially if you are travelling with school aged children (note: Saturday’s are kids days and so, any one under the age of 16 can visit for free). Besides, you will be able to walk through the the first power plant in Vilnius – getting up close to old vents and power wells. It is also an opportunity to see some interesting industries that had been established in Vilnius over time. While the top two floors are dedicated to life sciences, where you can play and experiment. At this museum you can order fun thematic excursions or participate in the orientation game.
Web: Energy and Technology Museum
Address. Rinktines g. 2, Vilnius
Phone. +370 5 2754312