Thomas Mann Memorial Museum

  Skruzdynės 17      (+370) 46 95 22 60     more than a year ago
The Nobel Prize-winning author of Death in Venice, Doctor Faustus and scores of other novels, short stories and essays, Thomas Mann (1875-1955) spent the summers of 1930 and 1931 in Nida, and this is the building he had constructed in which to spend them in. Now a museum, several of the rooms have been given over to exhibits charting the man’s life both here and abroad. Lacking English explanations, a guided tour is essential if you want to get a full understanding of the story.


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Open 10:00 - 18:00 (May 1 - September 30). Open 10:00–17:00. Closed Sun, Mon (October 1 - April 30).

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Admission €2.50/1.


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But if you do read either Lithuanian or German, then there are many family photos and personal items, all of which give a fairly comprehensive picture of Thomas Mann's family life, the various fates of his children, etc. There's also a fair amount about his writings, his opposition to Hitler, and his life in the US. Very much worth visiting if you have the language question resolved.
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