A. AND P. GALAUNĖ HOUSE - MUSEUM

The house belonged to the opera singer Adelė Nezabitauskaitė-Galaunienė (1895–1962) and a pioneer of professional Lithuanian museology, painter, and art critic Paulius Galaunė (1890–1988) – two important figures in Lithuanian art and cultural life. The house was built in 1932 with their resources and designed by architect A. Funkas (1898–1957). Today in this memorial house you can see the collections of graphic art, ex-libris, bibliophile books, folk art and some .

Here you can also visit the room of Kazys Bizauskas – the Signatory of the Independence Act (February 16, 1918), the member of the Constituent Parliament (Seimas), and diplomat.

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Exhibitions and events

ARNO FUNK[TIONALISM] (1898–1957)

Temporary exhibition until 01.07.2022

Arno Funk was one of the most interesting and enigmatic architects of the interwar Kaunas. Little is known about his life, but the buildings he designed tell stories about the interwar Lithuania,...

EXHIBITION “MODER… WHAT? THE MODERNISM OF KAUNAS! AND THE PROFESSION OF AN ARCHITECT“

Temporary exhibition until 01.07.2022

This exhibition is like an architectural journey during which children will get acquainted with the most famous buildings in Kaunas of the interwar period and the profession of an architect. When...


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