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Vilna Gaon Museum of Jewish History
Vilniaus Gaono Žydų Istorijos Muziejus


Useful Information


Please find information about the prices, working hours and contacts of the Tolerance Center and Samuel Bak Museum here: www.jmuseum.lt/en/prices-working-hours-contacts/.

Please find information about the prices, working hours and contacts of the Holocaust Exposition here: www.jmuseum.lt/en/prices-working-hours-contacts-2/.

Please find information about the prices, working hours and contacts of the Paneriai Memorial here: www.jmuseum.lt/en/prices-working-hours-contacts-4/.

If you are interested in a guided tour, please book it it advance via email muziejus@jmuseum.lt or tel. 8 689 86191 (Tolerance Center),  8 5 262 0730 (Holocaust Exposition), 8 625 08 680 (Memorial site of Paneriai).


Temporarily, due to technical barriers (major repairs), digital images of museum exhibits are not available to interested parties.
When the situation changes, we will notify you in a separate message.



Kunst Archives (the largest online art archive where you can digital images of Samuel Bak artworks): www.kunst-archive.net/en/wvz/samuel_bak/vita

Buenos Aires Jewish Museum: museojudio.org.ar/



The Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum receives numerous requests from individuals all around the world, searching for their ancestors and connections to their kin, who’s roots may lead back to the Lithuanian territories. Although the museum reviews archives, this tends to be closer to Litvaks who have relations with our ongoing as well as new expositions. Only in exceptional cases (when connections to general history are made) does the VGSJM uncover data regarding Jewish families and their histories in former Lithuanian territories. However, this is not to discourage anyone as personal family histories could potentially be traced at the Office of the Chief Archivist of Lithuania. For further enquiries please visit the state archives website: http://www.archyvai.lt/en/news.html


Tolerance Center visiting hours

Monday 10.00–18.00
Tuesday  10.00–18.00
Wednesday  10.00–18.00
Thursday  10.00–18.00
Friday 10.00–16.00
Saturday  Closed
Sunday 10.00–16.00


Holocaust Exhibition visiting hours

Monday 9.00–17.00
Tuesday 9.00–17.00
Wednesday 9.00–17.00
Thursday 9.00–17.00
Friday 9.00–16.00
Saturday Closed
Sunday 10.00–16.00

(from the 23rd of June until the 29th of September)
Paneriai Memorial visiting hours
Monday, Saturday Closed
Tuesday-Wednesday  9.00 - 17.00
Friday, Sunday 9.00 - 16.00
Since October until May the Center is opened by appointment only.
You may enter the memorial for free at any hour. 
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