Druskininkai has a strong connection to Lithuania’s most talented painter-musician, MK Čiurlionis; he spent his childhood in this house, which now houses bits and bobs from his life.
On the top floor of the Cultural Centre is the small but worthwhile museum detailing the partisan movement and cultural resistance to Soviet rule. The Cultural Centre plays host to beautiful classical concerts durin…
The magical powers of local mineral water can be tested at the Dzūkija Fountain, inside the Mineralinio Vandems Biuvetė, a round green building with mosaic floor and stained-glass windows on the footpath running alo…
Two kilometres east of town, Girios Aidas has been home to a museum and collection of pagan- and nature-themed wood carvings since 1972.
Dedicated to the history of the town and surrounding district, this lakeside museum shows artworks, old maps and documents and everyday artefacts.
The Cultural Center plays host to beautiful classical concerts during the Čiurlionis Festival (June to September). It operates irregularly, when events are staged.
These strongly mineral-tasting waters are reputed to restore (or preserve) beauty.
A likeness of Lithuania's most famous artist, who lived part of his life in Druskininkai.
The multiple domes of this stunning timber Russian Orthodox church, picked out in sky blue, white and gold, dominate Laisvės aikštė.