Projects

The project supported by the EEA Grants and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms (2009-14) 

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Programme: Conservation and revitalisation of cultural and natural heritage 

Title of the project: Neringa Fort Conservation and its Sustainable Use

Supported by the EEA Grants and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms (2009-14) for cultural heritage programme, the Lithuanian Sea Museum together with the partner Stavanger Museum has been implementing the project which aims at preserving the Neringa Fort.  

More about project:
Building Bridges



 

In 2017, the following cultural projects financed by the Lithuanian Council for Culture are being implemented in the Lithuanian Sea Museum: 

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Related area: Dissemination of culture and art​

Title of the project: Phantom of the Fort

Performance dedicated for the re-opening of the Aquarium Exhibition situated in a former XIX c. Nerija Fort.


Related area: Dissemination of culture and art​​

Title of the project: Dangė Flotilla

Traditional historical ships‘ event, arranged during the Sea Festival in Klaipeda, presenting navigation traditions and heritage with numerous educational activities to the public.


Related area: Development of qualification 

Title of the project: Key to Success, Creative Museum = Creative Visitor

Qualifications of the museum‘s staff developing projects aiming at creating better and modern services for the visitors.


Related area: International cooperation 

Title of the project: Ship in the Storm. Historical Context in the Baltic Sea

International conference focusing on history of  rescue at the sea activities and development of life saving stations along the northern coast of the Baltic Sea in XIX c.


Related area: Cultural education

Title of the project: I Am Dragging My Anchor

Citizens and guests of the city while using the public transport will be provided with interesting and entertaining maritime knowledge in order to promote maritime identity of Klaipeda and Lithuania.  


Related area: Cultural education

Title of the project: What a Wonderful World of Museums

School project will engage students into deeper complex study of the XIII - XV c. history of Klaipeda with the sessions arranged in different museums of the city. 


Related area: Development of qualification 

Qualifications of the museum‘s staff developing projects: three specialists of the Lithuanian Sea Museum have been awarded with the grants to develop their professional skills and qualifications in the fields of marine biology, professional lighting and efficient fundraising.  



 

 

In 2016, the following cultural projects financed by the Lithuanian Council for Culture and Klaipėda City Municipality were implemented in the Lithuanian Sea Museum: 


Related area: Development of innovative services in memory institutions

Title of the project: Marine disasters and Lithuania: between rationality and mysticism, II stage

The purpose of the project: to develop innovative exhibitions in the Museum promoting active and interactive cognition of marine culture.


Related area: Cultural education

Title of the project: Five Days Filled with Sea

The purpose of the project: to promote children's self-expression and creative approach to the nature by revealing the mysteries of the sea and benefits to the human well-being.


Related area: Promotion of social integration, citizenship and community activity

Title of the project: What a Wonderful World of Museums

The purpose of the project: to develop the community awareness by revealing the importance of historical experience for the future values.


Related area: Acquisition of museum valuables

Title of the project: Acquisition of Museum Valuables Reflecting the History of Lithuania as a Maritime State

The purpose of the project: to collect and promote museum valuables and to digitise the acquired valuables for the purpose of wider access.


Related area: Acquisition of museum valuables

Title of the project: Acquisition of Museum Valuables Complementing the Art Collection of the Lithuania Sea Museum

The purpose of the project: to collect the entire collection of illustrations by Š. Leonavičius to Maironis's ballad Jūratė ir Kastytis that originally reveals the mystical unity of a man and the sea.


Related area: Development of innovative services in memory institutions

Title of the project: Dangė Flotilla

The project is supported by the Lithuanian Council for Culture and Klaipėda City Municipality 

The purpose of the project: to arrange the parade of historical ships in the River Danė during the Sea Festival by presenting navigation traditions and types of ships to the public and by organizing educational events.


Related area: Publications

The title of the project: Apie vėjus burėse, galvoje ir kišenėse: Salio Šemerio atsiminimai (memories by poet and yachtsman Salys Šemerys)

The project is supported by Klaipėda City Municipality

The purpose of the project: publication of memories by S. Šemerys, who was a poet and a passionate yachtsman, dedicated to promotion of the heritage of marine culture and the overall national heritage. 

 

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Tickets to Dolphin performances

 

JANUARY-MAY, SEPTEMBER-DEMEBER

JUNE, JULY, AUGUST

 

Eur

Eur

Adults  

7

10

Children*, 
schoolchildren**, students***, 
retired senior****, adults with disabilities*****

3.5

5

Admission prices applicable to groups of 15

Adults  

6

9

Children*, 
schoolchildren**, students***, 
retired senior****, adults with disabilities*****

3

4.5

 

Tickets to California sea lion performances 

  September, May June, July, August
  Eur Eur
Visitors from 4 years 2 3

 

* Children (4 years and older).
** Schoolchildren holding a certificate.
*** Daytime-department students holding an international student card (ISIC).
**** Retired seniors from EU and EEA.
***** Adults with disabilities who have an average level of disability and have a valid license.

Photography and filming for personal use - free of charge.

Lithuanian Sea Museum administration has the right to change ticket prices.


I.     TICKET ACQUISITION RULES

1. The visitors are admitted to the Museum during the opening hours of the Museum only, upon acquisition of tickets in the Ticket office of the Museum and/or online. The Ticket office is closed 30 minutes before the closing time of the Museum.

2. It is possible to pay for tickets and/or other services in cash, by bank card and/or by bank transfer (if agreed separately) or by using the electronic sales and administration system of the Museum.

3. A visitor should keep his/her ticket at all times until the end of his/her visit to the Museum and, upon request, provide the ticket to a responsible staff member of the Museum.

4. Ticket prices and respective discounts are approved by a separate order of the Director of the Museum. Upon the Director's written consent, target groups may be admitted to the Museum free of charge. The Museum shall be entitled to apply short-term discounts (campaigns). Respective information is provided in the Ticket office and the website of the Museum. Also, information is provided by phone.

5. A ticket is acquired for a single visit only. It is valid for the acquisition date. The duration of validity of a ticket may be extended for 30 days following its acquisition date by marking a ticket with a special mark.

6. A visitor should not spoil, fold, tear, stain or otherwise damage a ticket. The Museum shall be entitled to refuse entrance to visitors with damaged tickets which are not recognized by a scanner.

7. Persons wishing to acquire tickets with discount or visit the Museum free of charge should provide a cashier with a respective certificate granting such right. If a person refuses to provide a respective document, the discount is not applied. During the control of tickets and/or visit to the Museum a visitor may be asked to provide a respective document together with a discount ticket. Discount tickets should be used by persons having acquired the same only. It is prohibited to hand over a ticket with discount to other persons.

8. Acquired tickets are not exchanged and/or refunded except for the cases when services are not provided through the fault of the Museum.

9. However, tickets are not refunded in the event of force majeure circumstances (Item 1, Article 6.212 of the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania).

10. Lost, damaged and/or otherwise unusable tickets are not refunded as well.

II. DISCOUNTS AND OTHER VISITING CONDITIONS IN DOLPHINARIUM 

Tickets at a half price are available for:

1. Children (4 years of age and older);

2. Schoolchildren;

3. Students of full-time studies - nationals of the Republic of Lithuania and other Member States of the European Union studying in higher education institutions of the European Union, as well as students of full-time studies studying in vocational training establishments;

4. Retired old age nationals of the Member States of the European Union and European Economic Area;

5. Adults with moderate disability.

Tickets with discount (for the price fixed for organized visitor groups) are available for:

6. Adults with mild disability;

7. Organized visitor groups consisting of more than 15 persons.

The following visitors are admitted free of charge:

1. Children up to 4 years of age (without providing them a separate seat);

2. Persons with severe disability, disabled children up to 18 years of age and accompanying persons (one disabled - one accompanying person);

3. Creators and sponsors of the Museum as well as other persons holding special permits/invitations issued by the Administration of the Museum;

4. Employees of all museums of the Republic of Lithuania upon presentation of a respective employment certificate;

5. Adults accompanying organized children's groups (one adult - ten children). A ticket with discount for an accompanying person is handed over in the Ticket office or issued online when buying tickets for a group of children;

6. One guide, one group leader and one bus driver when buying a group ticket (a ticket with discount could not be transferred to another person);

7. Orphans and children from boarding-schools or care institutions and their accompanying persons (one adult - ten children), upon presentation of a list of children and documents attesting their status at the Ticket office.

Sea Museum is currently closed for reconstruction, but we invite you to visit the Dolphin performances!

 

DOLPHIN PERFORMANCES

CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES

ETNOGRAPHIC FARMSTEAD OF FISHERMAN AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS

APRIL and OCTOBER

     

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

12.00, 15.00

- -

MAY and SEPTEMBER

     

Wednesday–Sunday

12.00, 15.00

11.15, 13.30*

10.30–17.00

JUNE

     

Tuesday–Sunday

12.00, 14.00, 16.00

11.15, 13.00, 15.00

10.30–18.30

JULY and AUGUST

     

Tuesday–Sunday

11.30, 13.00, 15.00, 16.30

12.15, 14.00, 16.00

10.30 –18.30

NOVEMBER and DECEMBER

     

Friday

12.00

- -

Saturday, Sunday

12.00, 15.00

- -

JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH

     

Friday

12.00 - -

Saturday, Sunday

12.00, 15.00 - -

*California sea lion performances will be held from May 17th.

Lithuanian Sea Museum
Smiltynės Str. 3 LT-93100, Klaipėda

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