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The museum holds a large collection of archaeologic findings which tell us about the prehistoric times, treasures of silver coins of the XV-XIII century, the tools of farmers and handicraftsmen belonging to the XVIII-XX centuries, inventory, household, articles and furniture, the collection of Shrovetide masks....More
Interesting displays of carnival masks (which we compared and contrasted with eg Basel Fasnacht masks), agricultural implements, traditional equipment fir processing flax and spinning it into linen, and pagan influences christian statues and metal crucifices.
A palace of the once rich and famous aristocracy of Lithuania; the encapsulating glass Orangery provides for a mini rain forest – amazing!
Whilst the building is a popular venue for weddings, with its own private Civil Wedding Licence, it also offers restaurant facilities surrounding...More
Kretinga museum is a little gem. The manor house is lovingly restored with interesting exhibits and it was very special to walk inside the orangery. When orangery was built it was the largest one in Europe at the time.
There is a restored millhouse and...More
Manor was built in XIX century 6-8 decade, reconstructed in 1972-1988.
Museum functions in manor from 1992. Visitors can get acquainted with the works of art representing the culture of mansions, archaeological material, old mode of life of folk and contemporary works of art. Winter...More