Take the train from Vilnius to Panerai, cost about a dollar and after getting off the train turn right and walk about a kilometer down to the memorial. There are no signs and the people speak Lithuanian not English. But, there is only one road down and it is parallel to the railroad tracks. The memorial is well laid out and very carefully maintained. It is so quiet and so mysteriously beautiful that I was quite stunned at the horrors that took place there sixty plus years ago. Remains of the pits still remain where Jews and others were shot and then buried by the Nazis and their Lithuanian helpers. The museum mentioned above was closed when I was there in late October. So were the buildings (forts) where the prisoners were temporarily held. Still, I was the only visitor at the time so it doesn't make sense economically to keep these places open. One of the most moving holocaust sites I have ever visited.