Rokiškis Region Museum

Rokiškis Region Museum

Rokiškis Region Museum is established in an estate palace ensemble. It includes 16 remaining authentic buildings, a 28.1 ha park and ponds. This museum has preserved estate culture and household heritage, presented for visitors in expositions in many museum halls. A collection of earl garments unique in Baltic States is kept in the estate as a family relic.

Wood carver’s Lionginas Šepka (1907-1985) works which are original, made using unusual techniques, and having peculiar interpretation of theme, makes known not only Rokiškis, but also the whole Lithuania. In the expositions (7 halls) every visitor will be charmed by wood carvings.

The visitors can look through an exposition of mangers displayed in the barn of the museum, where almost one hundred of mangers made of various materials are on display all year round. We change information for the visitors every month.

Contact information

Tyzenhauzų al. 5,
LT-42115 Rokiškis, Lithuania
Tel.: 8 458 52261
E-mail: muziejus@rokiskyje.lt
Address: http://muziejus.rokiskyje.com

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2011.07.15 19:23:36 | Amberly
Great comomn sense here. Wish I’d thought of that.
2012.10.06 05:01:36 | Harshwardhan
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