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Europos Parkas - Open Air Museum of the Centre of Europe and its collection

Europos Parkas - Open Air Museum of the Centre of Europe
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Europos Parkas was founded by Lithuanian sculptor Gintaras Karosas. While enjoying the treasured landscape of the park, you will at the same time discover the admirable world of art. The exhibition spans an area of 55 hectares and displays over 120 works by artists from 35 countries. The collection includes large scale works by famous contemporary artists such as M. Abakanowicz, D. Oppenheim, S. LeWitt, B. Pepper, A. Vesely, S. Soffer. Acknowledged by Guinness World Records the world's largest artwork of TV sets created by Karosas is also on exhibit.

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Europos Parkas - Open Air Museum of the Centre of Europe
Joneikiškių k., Europos Parko g. 300, Vilnius
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Visitor information Europos Parkas - Open Air Museum of the Centre of Europe

Opening hours

The museum is open for visitors throughout the year daily from 10 am to sunset. The last entry in summer time – at 7 pm.

Admission

Adults€11.00
PreschoolFree
School Children€6.00
Students€8.00

Facilities

Museum shop
Parking
Coffee
Credit card
Restaurant
Child-friendly
Audio tour

Location & Map

Joneikiškių k., Europos Parko g. 300, Vilnius, Joneikiškės

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Exhibitions

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