The Samogitian Village Museum opened its doors to visitors in 1982. The museum, which covers an area of 8.5 hectares on the shores of Lake Masty, currently houses 16 authentic 19th-century buildings. end of the 20th century pr. buildings, which are divided into three homesteads and the public sector.
The exposition of the museum is located in the following sections of homesteads: in the homestead of a rich farmer there are eight buildings: a dwelling house, a barn, a barn, a barn, a barn, a pig farmer, a jar and a sauna. In the homestead of the average peasant there is a residential house, a barn, a clown and a barn with a barn. There are two buildings in the homestead of a small peasant: a hut and a barn with a barn. The public sector consists of a windmill, a blacksmith and a cemetery.
The expositions installed in all the buildings show the lifestyle, environment and everyday life of the peasants of that time. The exposition of the Samogitian village is supplemented by Lithuanian gene pool animals - Samogitian horses. The Samogitian Village Museum hosts educational classes, celebrations, and evening theater evenings.
The exposition is open from spring to autumn.
The facility is adapted for people with reduced mobility.
Exposure opening hours:
I-VII 10.00 -18.00. **
** On the last Sunday of each month, admission is free for all museum visitors.
Booking of excursions with a guide, educational classes by phone 8 601 92417.