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We decided to visit here for fun reasons and weren't disappointed! There are three floors of all types of devils, many of which made us laugh. It was free entry on the day we visited so that was even better!
This is a museum with three floors full of various 3D representations of the devil from a variety of sources. There are also informative signs that give you information such as 'how to summon the devil' and 'the devil and plants' etc. The collection includes...More
Three floors of of devils collected by one man during the first half of the C20th. A very different and interesting perspective of the Baltics after the endless churches and historical buildings. Included was an 80-piece birthday tea-set, an 80th birthday present to the collector,...More
This is not a place that says anything about religion - in fact is says a lot about people's fears,beliefs, traditions and our vices too. A lot of interesting artwork and also very interesting information about what it all means. Definitely buy the booklet at...More
Strange and interesting collection of devils spread over three floors. The entrance fee is modest so no matter if you are here because you are truly interested in devils or just killing time, it is worth going here. All displays are in English also.
We tried to visit the museum today,came there at about 14.30, to find it closed. As we did check all the possible sites for the opening hours, we were quite disappointed at the fact that they simply close up,without a warning on their page or...More