The Lithuanian Folk Life Museum is one of the largest (194 ha) and most exhibited (91420) ethnographic museum in Europe in the open air. The museum reflects the 18th century at – first half of the XX century of all Lithuanian regions: Dzūkija, Aukštaitija, Suvalkija, Žemaitija and Little Lithuania. The museum was founded in 1966 in Rumšiškės, on the picturesque coast of Kaunas lagoon. On the road (7 km roundabout), wandering between forests, meadows, hillsides – villages, cozy homesteads, centuries-old buildings with flower nurseries, gardens and gardens, with chapels and crosses, technical objects – mills, rough cloth fulling-mill, smithy, oil point. In the center of the museum there is a town with its characteristic buildings, which are potted and made of amber and wood.
Interior expositions are opened May – September: Monday – Sunday, 10 am – 6 pm.6 interior and church expositions are opened 1st – 14th October: Monday – Sunday, 10 am – 6 pm. Interior expositions are closed and visiting the museum as a park is available:15th October – 31st March: Monday – Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm.April: Monday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm.May – September: Monday – Sunday, 6 pm – 8 pm.
Adult – 5,00 EUR;Schoolchild, student, senior citizen – 2,50EUR;Welfare recipient – 1,00 EUR.Free museum visits:
- Preschool childs;
- Foster-home childrens;
- Museum employees, members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM);
- Disabled and accompanying him person;
- The group leader accompanying a group (up to 20 people);
- The coach driver.