The museum is situated in the former KGB building, where the crimes of the Soviet regime were planned and executed for fifty years. Visitors can visit:
On September 23, the Day of Remembrance of Lithuanian Jews Genocide
Museum will be open from 10 a. m. till 6 p. m.
Entrance is free of charge
From August 1st protective face masks MUST be worn when visiting the museum.
Without the protective masks persons will not be allowed to enter the museum.
We still conduct guided tours for groups of up to 5 people
From July 3rd we are inviting you to book guided tours in our museum!
• We conduct guided tours for groups of up to 5 people
• All members of the group during guided tour MUST wear face masks
Please book guided tours by phone and e-mail:
• 00370 5 249 8156, email@example.com (from Monday to Friday)
• 0037 5 249 6264, firstname.lastname@example.org (from Wednesday to Sunday)
Opening hours of the museum:
|Admission and other fees
30 minutes before closing the museum tickets are not sold
|Information, booking of the guided tours: (+370) 5 249 8156,
email@example.com (From Monday to Friday)
Booking of the guided tours: (+370) 5 249 6264,
firstname.lastname@example.org (From Wednesday to Sunday)
The Head of the Museum – Eugenijus Peikštenis