St. Joseph’s Church

At the beginning of the 18th century, Carmelite monks settled in Kėdainiai. Local residents reformers opposed the Carmelite monks, therefore they built their church only in 1766.

Address Radvilų str. 10 , Kėdainiai


The Synagogue was built in the middle of the 19th century.

Address 13 Smilgos Street, Kėdainiai

The Christ Conversion Orthodox Church

The orthodox parish was established in Kėdainiai in 1645, when Jonušas Radvila married his second wife Maria Lupu.

Address Gedimino str. 2, Kėdainiai

The Oak of Mikalojus Daukša

This is the oldest oak in Kėdainiai (size – 5.4 m, diameter – 1.70 m. height – 23 m.).

Address Babėnai

Town Hall

At Didžiosios Rinkos Square one can admire one of the three surviving town halls in Lithuania and the only one with a Renaissance style. It was built in the 17th century.

Address Didžioji str. 1 , Kėdainiai

Town Park and Minaret

Kėdainiai Town Park is situated in the former Kėdainiai Manor garden.

Address S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno str. 5, Kėdainiai
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