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II-VI: 10:00-19:00
Starting at €5 per person

Palanga Resort Museum

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Anapilis, the beautiful villa that the exhibits are housed in has a mystique all of its own. The villa, once owned by Countess Tiškevičienė, the eminent noble family of the town in the late 19th/early 20th century, is infamous for being the supposed site of spiritualist seances. And this rather uncanny atmosphere is still very much present, embellished by the sound of the unique wind organ located within.
After a day or two at the beach, or a few coffees (or cocktails) on Jonas Basanavičius Street, you might be tempted to dive a little deeper into the town’s fascinating history. Where better to explore Palanga’s unfolding story than at the Palanga Resort Museum. And what a museum it is. Anapilis, the beautiful villa that the exhibits are housed in has a mystique all of its own. The villa, once owned by Countess Tiškevičienė, the eminent noble family of the town in the late 19th/early 20th century, is infamous for being the supposed site of spiritualist seances. And this rather uncanny atmosphere is still very much present, embellished by the sound of the unique wind organ located within. But it’s not all spirits and spooks, there’s also the opportunity to have your photo taken in the nostalgic monochrome stylings of the holidaymakers of old. 

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