Museums are among the many worthwhile attractions in Vilnius that you can visit and one of these is the Museum of Applied Art. Housed in 17th century Renaissance-style, white arsenal, this museum joins the ranks of the other attractions in the city like the Hill of Three Crosses, the National Museum of Lithuania, the Radvila Palace and the Great Synagogue of Vilna.
Set at the foot of the hill of Gediminas, at the Museum of Applied Art you will be able to view the permanent display of the sacral folk art of Lithuania from the 17th to the 20th century as well as a number of professional sacral artworks from the 15th to the 19th centuries. Oriental artworks from the Algimantas Miskinis collection are also exhibited in the museum. Over the years, the museum has featured temporary exhibits like the 17th to 18th century banners of Lithuania's Grand Duchy that were displayed in July 15 to October 15 of 2006.
Address: Arsenalo g. 3A, LT-01100, Vilnius, Lithuania
Open hours: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Phone: (+370 - 5) 262 80 80, (+370 - 5) 212 18 13