- Explore the verdant hills and leafy woodlands of Lithuania's Europos Parkas - a 55-hectare outdoor museum at the exact geographical center of Europe
- Hunt for over 90 sculptures and art-installations from Lithuanian and international artists scattered across the landscape
- See the founder's own works including the enormous LNK Infotree, featuring 3000 TVs sculpted into a tree-shaped labyrinth headed by a fallen Lenin - and more!
Explore a wooded wonderland of artistic treasures! Europos Parkas features over 90 artworks from around the world, spread around leafy woodlands, rolling hills, and natural springs. Europe's largest open-air museum spans 55 hectares at the exact geographical center of Europe.
Marble floors and fancy architecture are all well and good, but you'd be hard pressed to beat Lithuania's bucolic countryside as a space to feel in touch with art. Bright yellow blossoms dot the hillsides, while sunlight drenches the misty woods in color and shapeshifting shadows.
Meander the breathtaking hilly pastures, atmospheric forest trails, and freshwater springs on the hunt for thought-provoking sculptures and towering art installations that jut up from the landscape in dramatic fashion.
It's an atmospheric adventure of art, nature, and imagination.
- Access to the park
- Audio guide (if selected)
- Guided tour
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
Founder Gintaras Karosas' famous LNK Infotree monument includes 3,000 television sets, arranged as a tree-shaped labyrinth. It evokes television's power to disseminate propaganda and the eventual regrowth of the truth.