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Druskininkai Aquapark Admission Ticket

Druskininkai Aquapark Admission Ticket - Druskininkai, Lithuania

Duration: 4 to 8 hrs
Location: Druskininkai, Lithuania

From USD
$22.38

Don’t worry about planning activities for the weather while on vacation - this Druskininkai Aquapark admission ticket gives you access to an indoor water park that’s perfect for the whole family—even if it's raining outside. 

The tropical heat, palm trees, clear blue swimming pools, saunas and bathhouses awaits you in 30 000-square-metre Druskininkai Aqua Park complex, located in the south of Lithuania. 

In water entertainment area, you can enjoy 6 open and closed slides and a swimming pool area under a massive dome, with a wonderful view of the River Nemunas. After trying out Extreme, Adrenaline, Bermudas, Ardour, Whirpool or Stream slides you can regain the energy in the grand and sea waves pools or whirpool baths. 

The unique bathhouse area welcomes all who are tired of routine, with as many as 20 different bathhouses and saunas ... More info ›

Don’t worry about planning activities for the weather while on vacation - this Druskininkai Aquapark admission ticket gives you access to an indoor water park that’s perfect for the whole family—even if it's raining outside. 

The tropical heat, palm trees, clear blue swimming pools, saunas and bathhouses awaits you in 30 000-square-metre Druskininkai Aqua Park complex, located in the south of Lithuania. 

In water entertainment area, you can enjoy 6 open and closed slides and a swimming pool area under a massive dome, with a wonderful view of the River Nemunas. After trying out Extreme, Adrenaline, Bermudas, Ardour, Whirpool or Stream slides you can regain the energy in the grand and sea waves pools or whirpool baths. 

The unique bathhouse area welcomes all who are tired of routine, with as many as 20 different bathhouses and saunas. You are invited to experience Russian bathhouse type heated by a furnace with stones (Alnus), INFRA bath infrared electromagnetic waves, hot and dry Tilia sauna, extremely hot village style Kantri bathhouse and even more. Once out of the bathhouse or sauna, you can refresh your hot body by immersing yourself in a ‘music pool’, dousing yourself in ice-cold water from a wooden tub, trying a special bathhouse tea or choosing from a range of exotic cocktails at our ‘wet’ bar.

The bathhouse area can only be entered by adults  (aged over 18), so this is a true oasis of rest where noise and exuberant chatter are replaced by tranquil relaxing music and active entertainment by passive rest.

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Vichy Aqua Park Admission Ticket

Vichy Aqua Park Admission Ticket - Vilnius, Lithuania

Duration: 3 to 8 hrs
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania

From USD
$25.92

From heart-stopping drop slides to lazy rivers or relaxing bathing areas,Vichy Aqua Park has something the entire family will enjoy. Enjoy the water entertainment in one of the most modern water parks in the Baltic countries ... More info ›

From heart-stopping drop slides to lazy rivers or relaxing bathing areas,Vichy Aqua Park has something the entire family will enjoy. Enjoy the water entertainment in one of the most modern water parks in the Baltic countries. The tropical climate will help you to forget the worries and indulge yourself with short holidays.

Entertain yourself in the waves of Dolphins Sea, experience the flow of Canoe River or try out your courage on nine water park rides. In the water entertainment area you are invited to joinone of the most extreme Yell of the Maori attraction, operating on the principle of the pendulum, which allows experiencing the weightlessness; Rapa Nui tunnel – the 3,6 meters long challenge and even more slides, with a total length of almost 1 kilometre! And finally a specially designed playground zone with a variety of water attractions – is waiting for little ones.

Relaxing bathhouses and saunas complex invites you to discover different types of saunas: Turkish bath, Russian steam bath, Finnish baths, infrared saunas. An exclusive Lava sauna area equipped with up to 5 different saunas space from the desert-like heat, drought in Hawaii, to the sea of clouds overarching Tahiti fog and willing to freshen up and to experience the real exotic snow waiting room and tropical shower.

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The Sea Museum and Dolphinarium Entrance Ticket

The Sea Museum and Dolphinarium Entrance Ticket - Klaipėda, Lithuania

Duration: 3 to 8 hrs
Location: Klaipėda, Lithuania

From USD
$2.36

Lithuanian Maritime museum invites you to discover enriched expositions of marine nature and history and admire spectacular shows of the Black Sea bottlenose dolphins and California Sea Lions . Book in advance to guarantee easy admission to one of the most popular museum in Lithuania!

Newly renovated Lithuanian Sea Museum holds 6 expositions all very different and impressive ... More info ›

Lithuanian Maritime museum invites you to discover enriched expositions of marine nature and history and admire spectacular shows of the Black Sea bottlenose dolphins and California Sea Lions . Book in advance to guarantee easy admission to one of the most popular museum in Lithuania!

Newly renovated Lithuanian Sea Museum holds 6 expositions all very different and impressive. The main part of exhibits is gathered in the Nerija Fort, which itself is an exhibit of historic heritage as it is a military building erected in the 19th century.

You're invited to explore the sea fauna exhibition, see the collection of mollusc shells and exhibitions of sea birds, predatory and dangerous sea animals and the development of life at sea. Besides, the collections of the Museum include a variety of geological, archaeological, ethnographic, numismatic, cartographic, technical, writing and philatelic exhibits.

In the Lithuanian Sea Museum lives Baltic Sea grey seals, East Atlantic common seals, Steller’s sea lions and penguins. Probably the most impressive moments are catched at the Dolphinarium, where the Black Sea bottlenose dolphins entertaining educational shows take place: they not only dance, sing, draw, and jump through hoops, but also warmly interact with the audience.

And finally the Aquarium, where are a great variety of exhibits including invertebrates, Lithuanian freshwater fishes, many fish species from the Baltic sea as well as from various tropical seas. Fishes and invertebrates are held and exposed in tanks that range from 1 to 6 m3.

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Soviet Grutas Park Entrance Ticket

Soviet Grutas Park Entrance Ticket - Druskininkai, Lithuania

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Druskininkai, Lithuania

From USD
$8.83

Visit one of the weirdest tourist attractions in the world – full of Soviet era monuments - Grutas Park.
Grutas Park, unofficially known as Stalin World, is located near the small town of Druskininkai, and represents the naked Soviet ideology. There you will find the sculpture garden's collection of 86 statues, exhibitions, which reveals the comically hyperbolic Soviet political cult, fragments of concentration camps and other Soviet elements plentiful all over the place.

The Grutas Park exposition discloses the negative content of the Soviet ideology and its impact on the value system ... More info ›

Visit one of the weirdest tourist attractions in the world – full of Soviet era monuments - Grutas Park.
Grutas Park, unofficially known as Stalin World, is located near the small town of Druskininkai, and represents the naked Soviet ideology. There you will find the sculpture garden's collection of 86 statues, exhibitions, which reveals the comically hyperbolic Soviet political cult, fragments of concentration camps and other Soviet elements plentiful all over the place.

The Grutas Park exposition discloses the negative content of the Soviet ideology and its impact on the value system. The aim of this exposition is to provide an opportunity for visitors as well as future generations to see the naked Soviet ideology which suppressed and hurt the spirit of Lithuanian nation for many decades.
An outdoor exposition will lead you about 2 km- long sculpture trail, where you will find the statues of Soviet leaders, such as Lenin, Stalin and Marx. The rail carriage, guard towers, barbed wire, fragments of concentration camps and other details are meant to imitate what gulags (labor camps) were like in the Soviet Union. There are also speakers that play Soviet anthems on the outdoor exposition route.
The sound, cinema and photo documentaries collected and displayed at the information centre and museum, show and denounce the ideologized Soviet propaganda culture, pseudo-science, the aims, mechanism and forms of the Soviet ideology and propaganda, and disclose the genocide of the Lithuanian nation. 
The park also contains a kids' playground, a mini zoo, and a cafe, all based on the Soviet era, with the cafe even serving traditional food from the time. 

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Vilnius TV Tower Entrance Ticket

Vilnius TV Tower Entrance Ticket - Vilnius, Lithuania

Duration: 1 to 3 hrs
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania

From USD
$10.60

Enjoy a quicker entrance to one of Vilnius' top attractions with this pass to the TV Tower. Admire breathtaking views of Vilnius and beyond, find out about the tragic events that happened there in 1991, the 13th of January ... More info ›

Enjoy a quicker entrance to one of Vilnius' top attractions with this pass to the TV Tower. Admire breathtaking views of Vilnius and beyond, find out about the tragic events that happened there in 1991, the 13th of January. You also can select the package option, which includes round-trip hotel transporation.

The Television Tower – is the tallest building (326,5 m) in Lithuania and is also included in the list of the world's tallest buildings. The TV Tower is not only a fascinating building, but it became a symbol of Lithuanian independence. The TV tower played a major role in the events of 13 January 1991, when 14 unarmed civilians lost their lives and 700 were injured opposing the Soviet military seizure of the tower. A small museum dedicated to them is on the ground floor and crosses in their memory are by the main entrance.

An Observation deck is situated in the circular part (165 m height) of Vilnius TV Tower. There is a revolving restaurant with bar and this is a great way to enjoy the 360 degree view of the city below. The outer ring of the top of the tower revolves once every 45 minutes, so you can see the city from multiple angles. By the way you will find the leaflets and notations on the window, which help you identify the key sites. You might be surprised on how flat the landscape is, because on the clear days Vilnius and its suburbs are visible in the radius of 50 km.

Outside the tower, you can find a Historical Antennae Park, which serves people who take interest in the development of telecommunications and has already become an additional object of attraction for tourists visiting Vilnius TV Tower. The exhibits are interesting from both technological and historical viewpoint; moreover, their design is spectacular, thus it is enjoyable to take a closer look at them and take pictures with the exhibits.

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KGB Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights Entrance Ticket

KGB Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights Entrance Ticket - Vilnius, Lithuania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania

From USD
$4.71

Let’s take an emotional journey through the 20th century Lithuanian history at the Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights. The museum is housed in a former court building used as a headquarters by the Gestapo, later the NKVD, the KGB, and locally is called as the ‘KGB Museum’.

Explore this interesting and poignant museum to learn about Lithuania’s history during the Nazi occupation, the repression of Lithuanians under the rule of the Soviet Union, the role of the freedom fighters in the country’s resistance.

The Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights is divided in to few parts: exhibits in the upper two floors collects and displays documents, artifacts honoring the victims of the Holocaust in Lithuania during Nazi occupation, exhibits dedicated to the tragedies and turmoil in Lithuania during the Soviet Union’s 50-year occupation of the country ... More info ›

Let’s take an emotional journey through the 20th century Lithuanian history at the Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights. The museum is housed in a former court building used as a headquarters by the Gestapo, later the NKVD, the KGB, and locally is called as the ‘KGB Museum’.

Explore this interesting and poignant museum to learn about Lithuania’s history during the Nazi occupation, the repression of Lithuanians under the rule of the Soviet Union, the role of the freedom fighters in the country’s resistance.

The Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights is divided in to few parts: exhibits in the upper two floors collects and displays documents, artifacts honoring the victims of the Holocaust in Lithuania during Nazi occupation, exhibits dedicated to the tragedies and turmoil in Lithuania during the Soviet Union’s 50-year occupation of the country. This is not a museum of victims only – it also presents other topics, including freedom fighters, dissidents, it tells about expressions and impact of the occupational regime.

In the basement of the museum building, visitors can visit an old preserved prison, which was left by the KGB guards in 1991. The padded cells, solitary confinement rooms, the execution chamber were used as rooms for the duty officers, fingerprinting, solitary confinement and torturing. Over 1,000 people were executed here, about a third for resisting the occupation.

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