Housed within the splendor of a fully restored 19th-century house in the center of Vilnius’ old town, this museum provides both art and surroundings that are worth savoring. Adomas Galdikas (1893-1965) was one of the most eminent painters, graphic artists, and set designers of his day. His works pretty much run the gamut of 20th-century artistic styles – from Realism, Symbolism, and Impressionism in his early work, to Neo-Romantic Expressionism with features of Cubism, Fauvism and Art Deco in his later pieces. And because he was so prodigious in the mediums he worked in – from set designs to canvases to booklets, stamps, and even banknotes, much of the culture of the day can be traced through his work. In fact, the museum currently houses the largest collection of his works – over 250 pieces in total. And so sumptuous are the surroundings that the building is often hired for exclusive private functions.