Devil's Museum

Address: V. Putvinskio g. 64, Kaunas

Map of Devil's Museum

Telephone :  (+370 ~ 37) 22 15 87.

Entrance fee – 6 Lt;
Tour – 25 Lt (in Lithuanian), 40 Lt (in foreign language)
50% discount – schoolchildren, students, visitors with International student card (ISIC), military service, senior citizens.
Free entrance – preschool children, residents of children’s homes, disabled of I and II group, staff of museums of Lithuania, ICOM members, artists, students of art schools, students of Fine Art department of Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts and Vytautas Magnus University, journalists, AICA members, EU citizens September 1 through June 1 on Wednesdays.

It is the only Devil's Museum, famous for its vast collection (about 3,000 exhibits), started to be collected by the artist A. Žmuidzinavičius. Devils museum annex was built in 1982 (architect A. Mazeika).

Hidden away in the obscure Lithuanian town of Kaunas, the MK Ciurlionis Velniu Muziejus or Devil Museum is a well-kept secret. There's something unnerving about being alone with 3000 devils...

Velniu Muziejus contains three floors, and a stunning array of devils in all shapes, sizes, colours and materials and hailing from all corners of the globe, is spread over them. The museum has a long-standing tradition: any visitors from foreign lands can bring their own native devil art to add to the collection, making for some interesting viewing.


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