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Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania

+370 5 262 0007
Katedros a. 4

I – III 10.00 – 18.00, IV – VII 10.00 – 20.00

Adult 3 EUR, schoolchild, student, senior 1,50 EUR

Free with Vilnius City Card
For Disabled (partially)

Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania

The reconstructed Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, the former political, diplomatic, cultural center of the State, was one of the most famous in Europe in the 15th-17th centures and was demolished in the beginning of the 19th century. This Palace is excellent located just in the heart of Vilnius, within the confines of Lower Castle. Nowadays the Gothic, Renaissance and Early Baroque halls of this multifunctional Museum are ideally applicable to organize a different size and content public events, official visits, conferences, meetings, seminars, concerts, performances, receptions and other.

Part of the reconstructed Palace of the Grand Dukes in Vilnius Lower Castle officially transferred to the Museum. In the reconstructed Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania there are two exhibition tour routes directly related to the historical functions of this residence. The first tour will show the historical and architectural develop ment of the palace by highlighting the ancient ruins still in place, excavated artifacts and by using models and iconographic materials. The second tour route will bring the visitors into the ceremonial halls, which have been reconstructed in such a way as to show the evolution of architectural styles – from the late Gothic to the Renaissance to the early Baroque.

Guided tour prices:

Guided tour in English, Polish, Russian, French or German – 22 €
Please note: guided tour can be booked for a group of not more than 25 persons.

Pre-booking (by phone: (8 5) 262 0007) is necessary.

The History of the Palace:

http://www.valdovurumai.lt/Istorija/Rumu_istorija.en.htm

Museum  is closed on public holidays