Located just off the main thoroughfare of Laisvės Avenue in Kaunas, the Tadas Ivanauskas Zoological Museum is one of the oldest museums in the Baltics (it was opened in 1919). It is also one of the most expansive. Spread over three floors, six halls, and ninety six displays, the museum hosts over 15,000 animal exhibits, thirty four dioramas, and forty six ecological displays. And with close to 300,000 zoological exhibits on show, there’s plenty for any budding zoologist to explore. Here you can witness a variety of fauns, take virtual tours of different ecosystems, experience nature first hand, and even listen to a rhapsody of bird songs. And the museum takes its role as educator and champion of ecological issues very seriously, it is the first Lithuanian institution to join the Global Coalition #UnitedforBiodiversity.