Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, National Museum, Vilnius

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3.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
See what once was the political, cultural, and administrative center of the Lithuanian empire at Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, National Museum. It housed the royalty of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, including Grand Duke Alexander of Lithuania, who later became the King of Poland, and Sigismund I the Old and his heirs. The palace was almost completely destroyed in 1801 after the fall of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, but was fully restored and modernized by the government in 2002. Explore the National Museum located inside, displaying historical artifacts and art from across Eastern Europe. Tours will lead you through the architectural development of the palace, the remaining ancient ruins, the Treasury Hall, and the Ceremonial Halls. Plan to visit Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, National Museum during your Vilnius vacation using our convenient Vilnius tour planner.
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  • After visiting other museums the Museum struck poor and mismatched exhibits epochs. Full novodela. The exposition of the poor. The impression left as Provincial Museum enthusiast Guide ...
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  • Rebuilt on the ruins of the Palace Museum. The exposition is not very rich, but interesting-can we studied a lot for those who are not familiar with the history of Lithuania
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  • To understand the history of Lithuania, this is the perfect place to spend some hours. you will see first footprint of the original buildings. The blood line of nobel men all in one place 
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