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Museums & Galleries
A flight of steps leads up from the promenade to German writer Thomas Mann’s former Baltic villa, which is now a museum...
Black-and-white photographs of Nida in its more brutal spear-fishing, crow-biting days fill the thoughtfully laid-out displays in this history museum, where Nida’s tale from the Stone Age to 1939 is told...
Opposite the church is this museum, with a small amber garden and exceptional pieces of amber jewellery. It runs a second gallery, Kurėnas , in a striking glass box encased in an old wooden boat near the harbour.
Back towards the town centre, a path leads to this 1888 red-brick church. Its peaceful woodland cemetery is pinpricked with krikstai – crosses carved from wood to help the deceased ascend to heaven more easily.
The Ethnographic Museum is a peek at Nida in the 19th century, with original weathervanes decorating the garden, and rooms inside arranged as they were a couple of centuries ago.
Parks & Gardens
The Weathervanes Gallery, selling authentic weathervanes, marks the village's southern end
Nowhere are Juodkrantė's and Nida's seafaring roots better reflected than on top of the 19th-century wooden cottages that spe...
Natural Parks & Forests
In the woods is Witches' Hill, where devils, witches, ghouls and other fantastical and grotesque wooden carvings from Lithuanian folklore skulk along a sculpture trail careering from fairytale to nightmare...
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