This is truly worthwhile visiting. I was driven privately to the location, so cannot comment on how to get here. Set on huge acreage, this open-air Museum shows you how Lithuanian people used to live, according to the region. You get an understanding how the houses were built, the interior, the gardens even the fences were all quite different. There is a person at each 'location' to explain about the inside of the house. One section has a whole little village within it ... school, baker, etc. The directions to each location is well signed and its wonderful to walk over a hill or around a corner and see something quite different. There are also displays within these "regions" where you can see people making decorative items from metal, wood and amber and also authentic weaving. You can buy wonderful souveneirs from them. Leave a whole day for this activity... there is a LOT of walking, but it so relaxing. I think you can rent a pushbike.