National Open Air Museum

The open air museum at Rumsiskes is based on the Skansen principle, displaying buildings, largely of rural origin, from every part of Lithuania, on a single site. It was established in 1966, and opened to the public eight years later. The 80 or so complete buildings include many where craft manufactures, including linen weaving, the making of pottery, iron-working and the processing of amber took place.

National Open Air Museum
Lietuvos liaudies buities muziejus
6S Neries Street
56336 Rumsiskes
+370 (0) 346 - 47392