Found in the house where the eponymous poet and Catholic priest once lived, all this museum needs to be perfect are explanations in English. Don’t let this stop you having a look round though, especially with the help of a translator. Spread out over several floors are displays looking at the life of the great man and Lithuanian literature in general, plus temporary exhibitions and a tour of a former prison that was once in the cellar.
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City centre location
Open 09:00 - 17:00. Closed Sun, Mon.