Museums in Lithuania
A private collection of about 30 cars.
Auksinio Elnio Dvaras (Golden Deer Manor) is a nice restaurant, which also features an art exhibition and a collection of about 40 classic motorcycles.
The Automobile Museum in Vilnius was founded in order to popularize the movement of preserving historical vehicles in the country. It was officially opened in May, 2023.
There are over 100 vehicles shown, including bicycles, carriages, cars, motorcycles, a fire engnine and a police car. There are some military vehicles as well.
Back in 1967, a hand gliding enthusiast and designer, named Juozapas Liekis together with his wife Vanda started collecting and compiling a collection of the 19th century – 20th century ethnic culture and technical heritage, which are now part of the Kaunas District Museum.
Here, under the open sky, rare engines, agricultural machinery, steam machines, cars, craftsmen’s tools, housewares used in the countryside of Lithuania during the interwar period are displayed.
When the Kaunas location of the local Retromobile assocation was closed by local authorities, the club teamed up with the Anykščiai Narrow Gauge Railway Museum in 2019. Now there is a permanent exhibition of historic cars adjacent to the museum
Dalius Petrauskas' private collection of classic cars and motorcycles is housed in a former firestation.
The Lithuanian Road Museum was opened in Vievis on 19 October 1995 in commemoration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the motorway Vilnius–Kaunas. The museum was established in the very centre of the town at the premises of the state company "Automagistrale", and it covers the area of 1,060 m². The collection of the museum consists of 6,000 exhibits, which reflect the history of Lithuanian road from the Roman Empire up to now. These are models of bridges, viaducts, road intersections, bus stations, production bases and other building and maintenance machines, carts, road signs.
A small collection of old agricultural machinery, cars etc.