Liubavas Manor

Liubavo k., Vilniaus r., Lithuania
Lng: 25.3414258 , Lat: 54.8508047

Contact person: Lina Karosienė
Phone: +37052377077 , +37069830923 /
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Situated near Vilnius, Liubavas is one of the oldest estates in Lithuania, one that sits at a picturesque location near the River Gerėja (Žalesa). The ponds of Liubavas were thoroughly described in the treasury book of the Lithuanian ruler Sigismund Augustus back in 1546. Liubavas has been governed by the prominent nobles of Lithuania. The famous Lithuanian sculptor Rapolas Slizienis (1804–1881) was living and creating in Liubavas Manor. Visitors can explore Liubavas manor in the stonework mill – a new museum initiated by the sculptor Gintaras Karosas. The buildings itself, the technological equipment and specific landscape characteristics have been thoroughly restored to retain the authentic values. Watermill-museum is a winner of EUROPA NOSTRA award.


Additional information

You are welcome to the LIUBAVAS WATERMILL-MUSEUM:

Monday–Friday by appointment tel. +370 5 2377077,

On Saturdays from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
On Sundays from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Museum tickets:
adults - 5 Eur; students and seniors - 4 Eur; school children - 3 Eur

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Liubavas Manor
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Liubavas Watermill museum - The winner of Europa Nostra 2012 (conservation category), tells the story of the manor and exhibits the authentic fixtures of the mill. Museum is open for visitors every Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 AM to 06.00 PM.