Accessibility  Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum
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Address:Naugarduko st 10/2, LT 01309 Vilnius, Lithuania
Tel: (00370) 5 231 2357
Faks: (00370)5 231 2358
Email: muziejus@jmuseum.lt
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Exposition sites 
  Tolerance center
Judaica. History. Modern Art
Naugarduko str. 10/2, Vilnius
Holocaust exposition
Pamėnkalnio str. 12, Vilnius 
Memorial Museum
of Paneriai
 
Agrastų str. 15, Vilnius
Future Litvak Culture and Art Centre

Pylimo str 4, Vilnius
  

 

Information for visitors

 

Tolerance center  Holocaust exposition  Memorial Museum
of Paneriai
     

Closed:
2016
24 th of June – on Friday,
6 th of July – on Thursday,
15 th of August – on Monday,
1 st of November – on Tuesday,
25–26 th of December – on Sunday, on Monday

 

 

New exibition

From Unknown to Unknown
WORLD WAR II REFUGEES IN LITHUANIA

Exhibition will be displayed on the 31th of March, 2016
untill the 22th of May, 2016

 

Showpiece of the month

 May

 

 

 


News:


 




 

"FROM UNKNOWN TO UNKNOWN: WWII REFUGEES IN LITHUANIA":
OPENING OF AN EXHIBITION, PRESENTATION OF THE CATALOG AND DISCUSSION

On the 31st of March, 2016, the photography exhibition „From Unknown to Unknown: World War II Refugees in Lithuania“ from the collections of M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art was opened at the Tolerance Center of the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum. Newly published exhibition catalog was presented during the event, followed by the discussion on the theme of the refugees, moderated by the Director of the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum Markas Zingeris. More information

   
Osvaldas Daugelis, Director of M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art presents the exhibition and the newly released catalog Dr. Surgailis and Director Markas Zingeris share their thoughts on the theme of the refugees

 


 

UNIQUE EXHIBIT WAS RESTORED              

 

 Fragment of a restored plate from the Plastic Plan of Vilnius. 
The restorer B. Kunkulienė. Photo by P. Račiūnas. 2015

        More information about the restored exhibit of the Vilna Gaon State Jewish museum please find here.




The Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum starts preparations for an investment project with the aim to bring a historically important public space of the interwar period back to life – the “Meficei Haskala”, also known as the famous Vilnius Ghetto Library. The Memorial Museum of the Holocaust in Lithuania will be created in this building. More information
Modified: 5/2/2016 1
Information
2015.11.30

If you wish to order the guided tour
please call  by phone
 
  phone +370 5 231 2357,  +370 5 212 0112 (Tolerance center) or email
 muziejus@jmuseum.lt

 (+370) 212 7083 (Holocaust exposition) or email muziejus@jmuseum.lt

(+370)  662 89 575 (Memorial Museum and site of Paneriai)

or  email zigmas.vitkus@outlook.com, zigmas.vitkus@jmuseum.lt

At least one day to the planned tour

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If you wish to order the educational programme, please call 
mob.+370 5 212 0112

phone +370 6 8986 191
or write muziejus@jmuseum.lt

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  Tolerance Center working hours: 

(Naugarduko St. 10/2) 
Monday-Thursday: 10:00-18:00, 
Friday: 10:00-1
6:00,
Saturday-closed,
Sunday: 10:00-1
6:00

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 Holocaust Exposition working hours:

(Pamėnkalnio St. 12) 
Monday-Thursday: 9:00-17:00, 
Friday: 9:00-1
6:00,
Saturday-closed, 
Sunday: 10:00-1
6:00

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  Memorial Museum of Paneriai working hours:
(Agrastu St. 15, Aukštieji Paneriai)
Monday-closed,
Tuesday–Sunday 9:00-17:00

From October till April the museum is opened by appointment

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