Museums in Vilnius

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Auku 2a/Gedimino 40

1. Museum of Genocide Victims

5 reviews
Vokieciu 2

2. Contemporary Art Centre

5 reviews
Sv. Mykolo 8

3. Amber Museum-Gallery

2 reviews
Naugarduko 10

4. Jewish Tolerance Centre

2 reviews
Didzioji 4

5. Vilnius Picture Gallery

0 reviews
Vilniaus 22

6. Radvilos Palace

0 reviews
Pamėnkalnio 12

7. Holocaust Museum

0 reviews
Boksto 20/18

8. The Bastion and City Wall

0 reviews
Sausio 13 - osios 10

9. Television Tower

0 reviews
Arsenalo 3a

10. Applied Art Museum

0 reviews
1 Arsenalo

11. National Museum

0 reviews
Arsenalo g. 3

12. Old Arsenal

0 reviews
Pilies g. 26

13. House of Signatories

0 reviews
Arsenalo g. 1

14. New Arsenal

0 reviews
Subačiaus g. 124

15. Pushkin Museum

0 reviews
Šv. Mykolo g. 9

16. Church Heritage Museum

0 reviews

Reviews about Museums in Vilnius

Very interesting place, beautiful collection. Charming, very gentle guide.

France,
Amber Museum-Gallery

The address is wrong, it's Naugarduko 10

Lithuania,
Jewish Tolerance Centre

haven't been there! but that is my dream to be able to see the very important place in Lt. more power to VILNIUS,

United States,
Museum of Genocide Victims

Striking works of art - worth visiting.

United Kingdom,
Contemporary Art Centre

Worth visiting. You will learn something important....

United Kingdom,
Museum of Genocide Victims

I know this is an oudated review, but I saw this museum back in April 1993 when it was very new. I had a penpal from Kaunas who took me there and throughout the city where I got a great education in post-Soviet bloc life. All these years later as I am putting together a scrapbook of my photos, I still remember this museum vividly. And I remember my penpal choking up as she told her own stories. I wish we could package this museum up and share it with others who won't get to Vilnius!

United States,
Museum of Genocide Victims

The most important thing we did in Vilnius was visit this museum. Very powerful.

United States,
Museum of Genocide Victims

Horrifying. Humbling. Absolutely the most important and compelling thing we saw in Vilnius.

United Kingdom,
Museum of Genocide Victims

Art that pushes boundaries.

United States,
Contemporary Art Centre

This is part shop, part museum, so learned a lot and took home some nice, small pieces.

United States,
Amber Museum-Gallery
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