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This place was the HQ of KGB in Lithuania and not only them but also NKVD during Nazi occupancy :( on the 1st and 2nd floor you can find lots about the life in that time, many artifacts, surveillance room and many more (like KGB...More
A sad reminder of some of the trials and tribulations that some of the Lithuanian people had to endure in our recent history. The museum is pretty much untouched. The space are very confined and camped but still presented very well.
We went to this rather reluctantly but in the end we were glad that we had experienced this grim place for ourselves. If ever a reminder was needed about the dangers of political extremes, this ex-KGB HQ provides one. More uplifting were the exhibits relating...More
When I first heard there is a KGB Museum in Vilnius I told myself I need to see it. Once I got there I find out that the place I am about to see really was their headquarters in Vilnius and people got killed there...More
As you walk up to the building, pay attention to all the victims of the KGB in Vilnius carved into the stones on the outside.
I think the entrance with head audios was around 6€. The story of what happened there is horrible. The “death”...More
An absolute must to visit this museum . Having been to the other Baltic Capital cities and seen similar establishments we were just as enthralled with the stories here as well. As a group of 6 we paid a small extra charge for the personal...More
The KGB museum is one of those places that show us how really horrible people can be to each other. Fear was the tactic used to try to control people and the Soviets were masters in fear.
The 1st two floors are displays of the...More