Druskininkai

Forest Echo

  Čiurlionio 116      (+370) 31 35 39 01     18 Apr 2019
The architectural brainchild of Algirdas Valavičius and run by the Lithuanian Foresters’ Union, this unique wooden structure just out of town in the direction of Grūto Parkas is essentially an education museum aimed at enlightening the local population on all things natural as well as explaining humanity’s place and function within the natural world. Featuring a wealth of exhibits including wooden carvings, stuffed animals and a small display commemorating Lithuania’s most celebrated naturalist, Tadas Ivanauskas (1882-1971), outside find a designed trail to follow through the woods.
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Open 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €2/€1.

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