III–VII 10.00 – 17.00
Adult 1,2 EUR, schoolchild, student 0,6 EUR
The Museum is housed in the former residential building of Markučiai manor which belonged to the family of Grigory Pushkin – son of poet Alexander Pushkin. The memorial exposition of the Museum reveals the authentic household of Russian squires who lived in Vilnius in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The expositions “Life and Works of Alexander Pushkin” and “Alexander Pushkin and Lithuania” acquaint visitors with the most important stages of the poet’s life and works, as well as the history of translation and translators of the poet’s works into Lithuanian, and performances staged in Lithuanian theatres based on the poet’s works.
The estate in which the family of the poet’s Alexander Pushkin younger son Grigory lived, houses several expositions devoted to the great Russian poet; also one can become acquainted with the screen versions and music reated on the themes and motifs of his works. A magnificent interior has been preserved in six rooms.