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I know I am cheap, but I associate Lithuania with reasonable prices. It cost me 5 euros to visit this tiny museum comprising of devil statues and effigies. It is far too much! The castle and town hall were only 2 euros. For the price...More
With more devils that you can shake a stick (or throw salt over your shoulder) at, this museum is well worth a visit. I wasn't going to bother with this museum, thinking it would be a small, random collection aimed at children. However, after walking...More
visited with my husband and really enjoyed it.it doesn’t t have a wow factor but it s unique and it makes it interesting. it s like trip back in time and brings memories from childhood. building itself is still in “soviet” era and general feeling...More
Funny exhibition of various stuff related with devil. Frankly speaking, not exiting. The best part of it - pictures of the person who collected all this mess and his flat, which is a part of the museum.
Interesting little museum over a few floors. Lots of masks, sculptures, quirky gifted items from around the world. It's quite small, so you won't spend hours there, but we enjoyed looking around and the descriptions are also in English. Lovely staff. Open quite late.
The Devils Museum is basically a huge collection of various “devil” statues, sculptures, etc. of every sort imaginable. They are from Lithuania as well as from all over the world. There are 3 floors of beautifully displayed devils to see. Amazing how they all had...More