Kėdainiai Regional Museum is one of the oldest in Lithuania and established in 1922. Since 2000, the museum was established in the restored building of the former Carmelite Monastery (18th-19th century). The museum collection includes around 50 000 exhibits, divided into history-ethnography, writing, photography, art, numismatics and auxiliary units. One of the most impressive items include crosses of the most famous Lithuanian wood-carver Vincas Svirskis, unique exhibits and documents of the 17th-18th century, and 19th century horn furniture set from Apytalaukis Manor.
Kėdainiai Regional Museum and Multicultural Centre offer a large variety of educational lessons which include history, art, ethnoculture, Jewish cultural heritage and multiculturalism. The lessons are intended for children of various age and adults. Several long educational programmes are prepared which include educational tours and work in architectural objects. A possibility is also provided to dress in Renaissance style clothing and use 19th century manor accesories. You will find more details on the museum's website.
Didžioji str. 19, Kėdainiai