In the centre of Vilnius and housed in what was the city’s first power station, you’ll find the unique energy museum. Over three floors, visitors can get to grips with the energy generation process through interactive exhibits, and find out more about some of Lithuania’s industrial heritage. Alongside the fun and engaging “Science and Technology for Kids” exhibits, which introduce young minds to such fascinating scientific conundrums as Jacob‘s Ladder, Möbius Strip, and Bernoulli‘s Floating Ball, centrestage is the newly opened Transformation Hall, a 1000 sq. m interactive exhibition about the human relationship with energy. Here you can have your breath taken by the Faraday cage, in which two of the largest Tesla coils in the Baltic countries are installed. Throughout the day, these coils are fired up and visitors are given a lightning display that is truly unforgettable. Make sure to check the show times before you arrive.