The reception was so helpful. I loved the tv room. To see the past and the evolution of Vilnius was such an wonderful thing. I did not want to go from there. Amazing museum.
loved the automobiles.they had a room of older cars that were used it was facinating,i am not a car buff but found these cars interesting.there is a childrens area also hands on that if u did bring younger ones they would be occupied also i enjoyed the movie about how the do glass blowing while my husband toured around other... More
Really well done and entertaining (if you've got at least some interest in technology). Some last rooms got very nice physical/technical attractions for adults and kids. The only downside - my wife wasn't very happy after first hour (and we spent ~3 hours there), and before these funny experiments in last rooms.
Situated next to the Neris river there is a very interesting museum where you get a good impression of the history of Energy and Technology in Vilnius and Lithuania. If you're interested in technology and nuclear energy it is a museum you have to visit when visiting Vilnius.
A very interesting story being told here. It doesn't take long to wander around and take in the story. CAn be difficult to find as it's set back from the road, but it's just by the white bridge. Well worth an hour or so of your time.
interesting and entertaining. For small ones, and big ones. That means, that for everyone! Ste Stuff is just briliant: young people who cares creates really chilly mood.
Defiantly worth a visit, well laid out and lots to see. About a quarter of the information displays were not en English, still a great experience.
Huge turbines and boilers, loads of related exhibits and interactive stuff for kids... a great way to pass a few hours. You can walk about down in the bowels of the place, climb up ladders... dirty great pipes at head height, but do they make you wear a stupid hard hat? No. Idiot signs everywhere? No. Such a refreshing change... More
This is one of the best museums I've ever visited, though I need to qualify that by saying there were only about five people in it when I was there. It would probably be not as enchanting if it were the height of the season, or if there were a school party present. It is an old power station (though... More
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