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Skruzdynes g. 17, Nida, Neringa 93123, Lithuania
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The museum itself is worth a visit, but is rather small. However I was most impressed by the view on the coast that has a near Italian feel on a sunny day.

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nida is where Thomas Mann spent many of his summers, writing in a little room that looks out on the lagoon. The most interesting part of the exhibition here centers on his wife and six children. The signage and the video are in Lithuanian and...More

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Reviewed 1 August 2018 via mobile

Thomas Mann bought this house with his Nobel prize money. Interesting view. Only downside is that it’s very much aimed at German tourists with little in English

Thank Jan R
Reviewed 13 July 2018

This small museum was once Thomas Mann's summer house. You can see exhibits in the hallways and in two rooms. It is worth a quick look.

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 25 June 2018

The Curonian Spit is home to the highest moving (drifting) sand dunes in Europe. In 1929 Nobel –prize -winning writer Thomas Mann visited the other town of Coronian Spit - Nida while on holiday. After it he decided to have a summer house erected on...More

3  Thank Klaipėdos K
Reviewed 1 May 2018 via mobile

The house and the garden are nice. You can see over the bay and it is beautiful. The museum itself is ok. It just costs 2 euros and you get a bit of information about Thomas Mann.

Thank DesireeK231
Reviewed 15 January 2018

Thomas Mann stayed here for his holidays a couple of months, really nothing special. There's nothing to see here. Plus, all signs and explanations are in German and Lithuanian only.

2  Thank Mywie
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

The house where the german writer/poet lived. Behind the house there is a fantastic panoramic viewpoint where You can enjoy the view on the water and smelt aal the flowers in the garden. On the east side of the house a wooden staircase leads to...More

Thank John N
Reviewed 16 July 2017

There is not really much that connects this place to Thomas Mann, but I guess it is as good a spot as any to have a Thomas Mann place of remembrance. After all, he did pick this place for himself, even though he didn`t get...More

Thank David L
Reviewed 29 March 2017

The Summerhouse of Thomas Mann itself is not so special. However the location where he spent his summers is really worth the visit. Look for amber on the beach and climb the dunes. This does give a bit of that Thomas Mann-feel

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