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All reviews hiding place jewish community short film ring the doorbell bit tricky to find jewish experience important information non jews sobering reminder interesting exhibits second world war the main street worth the effort baltic states two hours on display lithuanian history
A budget short off-season break in Vilnius opened my eyes and senses to the enormity of the crimes committed during WW11 by the Nazis and their willing accomplices in Lithuania.
This unassuming little green house museum poignantly illustrates the full horror, together with its atmospheric...More
Difficult to find museum, set back from main road up a hill and looked like a green shed from outside! Very deceptive! Lots of information inside, staff very helpful. Lots of upsetting things to see but important to know what happened. Recommend a visit to...More
This museum is tucked away up a back street and looks almost derelict - very few people around outside so I almost thought it was closed. It's a very small building but very pretty and you have to ring the doorbell to get access. The...More
this hidden museum is well worth seeking out to spend an hour or so, well designed, informative and often sad...but a visit makes you realise what awful things did go on in the dark years of the War, if you are interested in the period...go...More
a very intimate museum that gives you a view of the rich panoply of Jewish social and domestic life before the war and then a dark vision of the horrific efficiency of the holocaust. It is small but effective.The use of diaries and photographs images...More
Very interesting museum which is well set out. We found the green house easily enough, it is sign posted from the main road. We spent about an hour here, there was lots to read and lots of photos to look at. Definitely worth a visit.
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I seem to think it was €5 or less per person. There are lots of boards with pages & pages of writing on the wall. You could spend 3 or 4 hours there if you wanted to read absolutely everything- but that's tricky as at most... More
I seem to think it was €5 or less per person. There are lots of boards with pages & pages of writing on the wall. You could spend 3 or 4 hours there if you wanted to read absolutely everything- but that's tricky as at most points there are other people stood around too so your view is partially obstructed. I'd advise picking the bits that most interest you, in which case you can whizz round in a couple of hours quite easily. It isn't big, think large log cabin sized!