Vilnius City Card -20%
One of the most impressive contemporary art museums where art and nature merge is situated 19 kilometres from the centre of Vilnius. Park of Europe was founded in 1991 seeking to give a meaning to the geographical centre of Europe in the language of art.
About 100 sculptures created by different artists of the world are displayed there. Among them are works by such well-known artists as Dennis Oppenheim, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Solas Le Witt. You will see not only the largest sculpture made of TV sets created by Gintaras Karosas, which is acknowledged by Guinness World Records but also lots of other ingenious works of art displayed under the open sky. There is also a museum-restaurant, and a souvenir shop there. You can also rent bicycles in the Park.
The most convenient way of reaching the Park from Vilnius is going along Kalvarijų Street as far as antariškės roundabout, turning in the direction of Žalieji žerai (Green lakes) and following the signs to Europos parkas. You can also take bus No. 66 from Žalgirio bus stop in the direction of Skirgiškės (Europos parkas). The timetable is available on the website www.vilniustransport.lt.