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Strange and interesting collection of devils spread over three floors. The entrance fee is modest so no matter if you are here because you are truly interested in devils or just killing time, it is worth going here. All displays are in English also.
We tried to visit the museum today,came there at about 14.30, to find it closed. As we did check all the possible sites for the opening hours, we were quite disappointed at the fact that they simply close up,without a warning on their page or...More
If you’re in Kaunas, make sure you visit the Devil Museum. Totally unique. All started when a certain artist was presented with gifts of devils from friends . Now it is a collection of hundreds from all over the world. Sinister devils, jovial devils, they’re...More
The museum is three floors with the initial exhibit, an artist's collection of depictions of the devil, on the first floor. The fascinating depictions are enhanced by the many folk tales told in both Lithuanian and English. The second floor are depictions by local artist...More
I am into things like this but my partner isn't. I dragged him along and he thought it wasn't too bad. It is on 3 floors. I think I was expecting a bit more from it with regards to stories etc. but it is fine...More
Apparently, this museum is the only one in the world dedicated to the devil. It is hosted in a nice, modern building. Three big rooms with a lot of objects - local and from other countries. Some interesting stories, also in English. But much more...More
My partner and I love horror and the supernatural, so visiting a devil museum seemed a perfect activity for us. The artefacts themselves are displayed nicely, and there’s some cool facts written about some - but not all of them. It would have been nicer...More