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Rumsiskes Open-Air Museum

L. Lekaviciaus g. 2 | Rumsiskes, Kaunas LT-56337, Lithuania
+370 346 47392
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Kaunas Rumsiskes and Pazaislis Monastery Full Day Tour from Vilnius
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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L. Lekaviciaus g. 2 | Rumsiskes, Kaunas LT-56337, Lithuania
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+370 346 47392
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Reviewed 17 March 2017

They making an amazing show for pancakes Tuesday. Everyone who is in Lithuania on that weekend MUST visit this open air museum.

Thank Simona A
Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

This was on the idea of Plymouth Plantation, a peek into how people lived in the old days. This open-air museum was featured on the show The Amazing Race. Unlike Plymouth Plantation where you walk around and see the different things, here you drive from...More

Thank Barbara C
Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

With 18-19 century village architecture mostly from wood. Could be nice to rent a bike and cycle around because area is quite big.

Thank Marius J
Reviewed 26 December 2016 via mobile

Very nice place for people, who like countryside, folk type houses from different Lithuanian region.

Thank Tomas L
Reviewed 21 December 2016

A perfect place to visit on a nice day! Lovely to have a walk in this Open-air museum and find out more about Lithuania, its history and culture.

Thank Agnė T
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

This place is totally magic. In half of the day you can feel all colours of Lithuania in the past century. Really educative place that makes you explore regional differences in housing, lifestyle, clothing of a small country that you would expect to be all...More

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Reviewed 9 October 2016

Lithuania through the ages in miniature, more a country park with traditional buildings, this is a great place to go walking while learning about the history of the country. Nothing really original in some respects but getting it all together, add some beautiful locations and...More

Thank Karen A
Reviewed 8 October 2016

It's big. Plan for three to five hours. You might stay less than that, but plan to be there that long. Eat a good breakfast before you go. Wear comfortable shoes and plan to walk a lot (unless you go inside with a large tour...More

Thank A_Guy_in_Chicago
Reviewed 2 October 2016

One of the largest open-air museums in Europe, located 25 km East from Kaunas, built in the 60's. It shows the way of life of Lithuanians from all the different regions of the country. It is very interactive, you can enter the houses, see the...More

Thank articok
Reviewed 25 September 2016

We went here with our former Lithuanian exchange student so our visit had a special meaning for us. He pointed out that how primitive life was even in 1900 for most of Lithuania, say perhaps to life in the USA at the same time period....More

Thank kathy b
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tflorencita
Tell me, please, is it worth to visit the museum in winter? I´ve read a lot of nice feedbacks about summer visits but haven´t found any about the winter.
29 November 2015|
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Response from Openairmuseum | Property representative |
Hi! I would recommend to visit the museum in winter time - at the celebration of Shrove Tuesday on February 6, 2016. People in masks going on the spree, baking pancakes, making hotchpotch, dancing, singing and playing games... More
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Debra B
Hello, my son, who lives in Vilnius, bought a small handmade stitched banner that said, "Lietuva" to give to me as a Christmas present. He visited your museum at Rumsiskes last fall and purchased it in one your buildings from a woman who had made it. It was lovely, and since my grandparents were born in Lithuania, I was very happy to receive it. Unfortunately, I have either lost or misplaced it. I feel very sad about this, so I was wondering if I could purchase another one. Please let me know if it would be possible to purchase another handmade banner. Thank you very much. Best regards, Debra Blute
15 January 2015|
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Response from clivegb | Reviewed this property |
When I was last in Lithuania I visited Trakai and there was a large craft fair there on the island where the castle is situated. I am sure a visit to such a craft fair (or the permanent shops on the lakefront) will be... More
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Надежда И
Здравствуйте хотела узнать, данный музеи под открытым небом в Румшишкес, предназначен для инвалидов?
18 April 2017|
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Response from Openairmuseum | Property representative |
Здравствуйте, Бесплатно музей посещают посетители, которым установлен уровень 0 – 25 % и 30-55 % работоспособностиюю Бесплатно можно въехать на территорию музея на автомашине или на автобусе. В некоторых усадеб есть... More
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