Histories of the past for the present

Plan your visit

Tuesday to Friday 10.00 to 20.00, Saturday to Sunday 12.00 to 18.00

The ticket office closes 30 minutes before closing time.

Ticket prices

  • Adult – 6,00 €
  • Concessions* – 3,00 €

Family ticket

  • 1 adult and up to 3 children – 9,00 €
  • Up to 2 adults and 3 children – 15,00 €

Family Learning Programme + entry to all exhibitions

  • 1 adult and up to 3 children – 10 €
  • Up to 2 adults and 3 children – 16 €

Guided tours and learning programmes

  • A guided tour for a group of up to 10 people (60 min) – 10,00 € (tickets not included)
  • Learning programmes for child – 2,00 €
  • Learning programmes for adult – 2,00 € + ticket

* Full-time pupils of schools of general education; full-time students of schools of higher education; citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and other countries of the European Union studying full-time in schools of higher education in the member states of the European Union; pensioners (under 80); persons who suffered from the occupations between 1939 and 1990 – political prisoners and deportees, former inmates of ghettos and concentration or other forced labour camps; persons who fought for the independence of the Republic of Lithuania and suffered from Soviet aggression on 11–13 January 1991 and onwards; participants in the resistance movement against the occupations between 1940 and 1990 – volunteer soldiers and freedom fighters. Discount is applied upon presentation of an appropriate ID.

Exposition is free of charge for the following visitors: pre-school children; residents of children’s care homes and socially deprived children; teachers accompanying groups of schoolchildren; persons with a severe disability and accompanying persons; persons aged 80 years or over; tour guides accompanying tourist groups; journalists; museum employees, members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) (upon the submission of an appropriate document); all visitors on the last Sunday of each month.

Information for disabled visitors: exhibition halls have wheelchair access.

General visitor regulations of the National Museum of Lithuania

Guided tours are available in Lithuanian and English languages. Guided tours must be ordered in advance by phone or e-mail (8 5 239 45 35, istoriju.namai@lnm.lt).

The tours in the museum are only led by the museum tour guides or the tour guides from the institution with which the museum has concluded an appropriate agreement.

Museum is open. While visiting the museum visitors will have to:

  • Wear a face mask
  • Disinfect hands
  • Keep a safe distance from others

People should stay at home if they feel the symptoms of a cold infection.

Exhibitions and events

Inside the Sarcophagus: Unraveling the Mummies of Ancient Egypt

Exhibition

2021 05 06–2022 03

House of Histories

Arūnas Baltėnas. Works and Lives

Exhibition

2021 05 06–2021 09

House of Histories

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About us

The House of Histories is a space which invites visitors to experience history not as something fixed in the past but as integral to the reality we are creating today.

Here visitors can explore and discuss different ways of understanding history. Things that happened in the past are studied by historians, archeologists and anthropologists, but they also inspire today’s designers, artists, photographers and other creators. This whole synthesis of differences is brought together by a curator into a new work – an exhibition.

What will you learn?
History of the building

Contacts

Address

T. Kosciuškos g. 3, Vilnius

+370 (5) 239 45 74

istoriju.namai@lnm.lt

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