Visit one of the most unique museums in the world with this pre-book entrance ticket. Devils’ Museum houses more than thousands of funny, clever, interestesting and even terrible naughty devils.
The collection was started by famous Lithuanian painter, public figure and professor Antanas Žmuidzinavičius. In 1966, the devil collection consisted of 260 sculptures, but now there are more than 3 000 exhibition in the museum and the amount is still growing, because of long standing tradition – any visitors from foreign lands can bring their own native devil art to add to the collection.Most of the devils are sculptures in wood, ceramic, stone, or paper. Others are masks or paintings on silk or canvas. The devils, collected from all over the world, are diverse in style. Many of the devils are art objects, for display only, but other devils have been incorporated into usable objects such as pipes and nutcrackers