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March 1-April 30, October 1-November 30 II-VII: 10:00-18:00; May 1-September 30 I-VII: 10:00-19:00; December 1-February 28 (29) III-VII: 10:00-18:00
Tickets starting at €12 per person

Trakai History Museum (Trakai Island Castle)

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One of Lithuania’s most iconic sites, the Trakai Island Castle has witnessed the rise and fall of many a duke, before being reduced to ruins. Carefully rebuilt to its original state, the castle-cum-museum hosts an impressive collection of Medieval artifacts that tell tales of bravery and glory.
You probably know that Lithuania was once the largest country in Europe, right? No? Well, there’s more intriguing discoveries waiting in this fairytale-like castle in the middle of lake Galvė. One of Lithuania’s most iconic sites, the Trakai Island Castle has witnessed the rise and fall of many a duke, before being reduced to ruins. Carefully rebuilt to its original state, the castle-cum-museum hosts an impressive collection of Medieval artifacts that tell tales of bravery and glory. The castle’s unique ambiance and spacious courtyard attracts not just curious visitors but also world class superstars! Apocalyptica and Katie Melua are just some of the artists that used the castle as a backdrop for their concerts.

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