Devil Museum

  Putvinskio 64      (+370) 37 22 15 87     14 Feb 2019

This bizarre museum owes its existence to Antanas Žmuidzinavičius (1876-1966), who collected over 2,000 depictions of devils from all over the world. Of particular interest are the Hitler and Stalin devils, doing the dance of death over a helpless Lithuania. Dating from Soviet times, Stalin wasn't in fact depicted as a devil, he just happens to look that way.


City centre location



Open 11:00 - 17:00, Thu 11:00 - 19:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €3/1.5.


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An extremely unique and a one of a kind museum! Thousands of devils are on display from all over the world! I highly suggest a guided tour in your native language. Cost is 40 Litas.....but it is VERY informative!

I first visited here in 1995, and re-visited in 2008, and it didn't look like the museum had changed much, but a devil museum is probably unique throughout the museum world, and the collection is quite vast. Definitely a must see in Kaunas, and it's located close to a couple of other museums, so you can do a clean sweep of the area in one afternoon.

He may have happened to look that way, but he was a devil as well.
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