An overnight stay in either Girkalnis or Varduva house is a unique opportunity to travel back to the early 20th century and to live in one of the largest ethnographic museums in Europe. Both of these houses were built in the museum town while maintaining the architectural authenticity of that era. During the stay you can also book all the services of the museum: guided tours, educational programmes, horseback riding, rent a conference hall.


This house with a shared kitchen is suitable for disabled people. Groups of up to 20 people are accepted for accommodation. Event and camp services are also available.

  • Location: Town of the Open-Air Museum of Lithuania
  • L. Lekavičiaus st. 2, Rumšiškės
  • Tel. +370 699 17869
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If necessary, it is possible to organize catering services (for groups). Food is served in a stone-paved banquet hall, which seats ~20 people. More information can be found here or here.