Juozas Zikaras memorial Museum
The museum was opened on November 2001 to honour the 120th year anniversary of the birth of the sculptor J. Zikaras.
The four residential rooms of the museum consist of the living room, his wife room, the dining room and J. Zikaras work room. Furniture from that period is shown in the living room. On the walls are works of J. Zikaras, the photographs, reflecting the life of J. Zikaras and his family, are displayed in his wife room. The dining room has remained very similar to what it used to be: a round table, a cupboard and chairs. The studio downstairs consists of three rooms. The sculptures and their moulds made by J. Zikaras are displayed in the first room, together with examples of coins made during the interwar period. Sculptures which were displayed in the first Lithuanian exhibitions are found in the second room. A model of the "Liberty" sculpture and some busts and reliefs of well known Lithuanians are exhibited in third room.
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J. Zikaro St. 3
Telehone number: +370 37 22 32 05; +370 652 13621