Maironis Lithuanian Literature Museum was founded in the late baroque mansion, that was built by Kaunas city court foreman Simonas Sirutis in the middle of 18ͭʱ.
The gothic 15th and 16th centuries’ vaults in Maironis Lithuanian Literature Museum are one of the oldest in the whole city Kaunas. During the suppression of the rebellion of the 1863rd years, the vaults were turned into prison.
... was founded in the house of writer, dramatist J. Grušas in 1989. The house was built in 1936 under J. Grušas’ project. The writer and his family lived in that house for more than 40 years. Visitors have an opportunity to see memorial rooms and the latest exposition.
Children Literature Museum – interesting place to visit for young and old! The exposition presents the genres of Lithuanian children literature – fairytale, novelette, poem. Visitors can see unique exhibits: writers’ personal belongings, pieces of art, book illustrations...
Juozas Tumas-Vaižgantas Memorial Flat-Museum was founded in 1977 in the authentically renovated flat, where a priest, writer J. Tumas-Vaižgantas lived from 1920 till 1933. Visitors can visit four rooms: study (banns) room, drawing-room – library, dining room and bedroom.
Balys and Vanda Sruogos House-Museum was opened in 1966 in a house, which owned by the writer Balys Sruoga (1896–1947) and where he and his wife lived from 1938 to 1940 and in 1947. The exhibitions on display reflects the story of Sruogos’ family life and work.
Museum was founded on the 17th of November, 1962. The house was built in 1937–1938, under poetess husband’s, sculptor’s, architect’s Bernardas Bučas blueprints. After the house reconstruction in 2004 also was opened literature exposition of Salomeja Nėris life and work.