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Stalin World / Grutas Park, Druskininkai

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At Stalin World / Grutas Park, walk through a recreated Soviet prison camp and view Communist-era statues and relics to learn more about this period in Lithuania's past. The park got its start after the country gained its independence in 1990, when many Soviet statues were removed and dumped in various places. The founder aimed to bring these statues together in one place, and founded an attraction revolving around this history that still remains controversial today. The 86 statues are organized into groupings, such as the Totalitarian Sphere and the Terror Sphere, featuring major Communist leaders from Lithuania and other countries. Notice the barbed wire, guard towers, and the train car used to transport people to Gulags. You can take a tour to receive more in-depth information on each statue and exhibit. There is also a mini zoo located on the property and a cafe that serves Soviet food. Plan to visit Stalin World / Grutas Park during your Druskininkai vacation using our convenient Druskininkai itinerary maker.
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  • If renamed "Lenin's World" this park would be absolutely perfect! Lots of statues to pose with (some might say mockingly is apt) and a great set up of old Soviet kitsch in the galleries. There is a fa...  more »
  • Went to the park on one of the coldest days of my life...had to be -20c. Anyway, it was very interesting to see how the Soviet system memorialized their heroes and the little snapshots of Soviet-era l...  more »
  • This IS an eccentric place in that there aren't many others like it, but it is interesting, informative and run by very friendly people. We visited in temperatures of around zero, with snow frozen to ...  more »