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The Park of Europe is a place where contemporary art, nature, relaxation, and freedom all meet.
© R. Anusauskas / State Department of Tourism

Park of Europe

Lithuania's Park of Europe is included among the top 50 most exciting places for art in the world. There are exhibits of more than 100 sculptures. For each, the most suitable natural environment is selected in a park area of ​​55 hectares. As often as not, a sculpture will be created for a particular space.

Art lovers from around the world are attracted to the Park of Europe to see the extraordinary, artistic works here. The pieces are built to impressive scales and some exhibits are even included in the Guinness Book of Records.

The sculptures are very diverse. Some lean on the ground. Others stand ten metres high. There are pieces that cover just one square metre, and others that cover 3,135 square metres of land in this open-air museum.


Park of Europe


I-VII 10.00-sunset


Adults: € 12
Students: € 9
Children: € 7