Projects

Lithuanian Sea Museum implemented projects co-financed by the Lithuanian Council of Culture and Klaipeda Municipality in 2019


Facing the Sea 

Lithuanian painters’ Audrius Gražys, Miglė Kosinskaitė, and  Svajūnas Armonas exhibition created in the Museum,  suggesting an artist‘s view to the sea. 
 

Sea Unites Us

Photographers’ Gintautas Trimakas, Petras Saulėnas, and Agne Jonkute exhibition dedicated to the 40th Anniversary of the Lithuanian Sea Museum.  Curator dr. Tomas Pabedinskas.
 

The Baltic Sea Unites Us

International Forum, intended as a platform for professionals from outstanding Baltic Sea maritime museums and aquaria to discuss the trends of prospect, share best practices and experience. 

 

Dangė Flotilla

Historical ships’ parade during the Sea Festival in Klaipeda, presenting regional navigation traditions and cultural heritage with numerous edutainment activities to the public.
 

Sails Set for Independence Conference

dedicated to the 30th Anniversary of three Lithuanian yachts’ voyage across the Atlantic in 1989, which was dedicated to restoration of independence of Lithuania. 

 

From Collections of the Museum

Seashells Catalogue   presenting seashells of the Lithuanian Sea Museum’s Sea Fauna Collection. 
 

Warship Prezidentas Smetona: about the ship and her crew

A book presenting the first Lithuanian Naval ship, her history and the people who served on the board.

How to Manage Changes

Trainings for professional development of the museum‘s staff in the field of change management. 

Preventive Restoration and Conservation of Museum Valuables

Conservation of museum valuables preserved in the Museum's Collection of Art.

Acquisition  of  Museum  Valuables

Reflecting the History of Lithuania as a Maritime State.  The project aims at  collecting   and   promoting   museum 
valuables, and presenting them to the wide public in a digital format.
 

Title of the project: „Development of Scientifically Proved Methods of Animal Assisted Therapy and Its Integration to Holistic Medicine Concept“

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Project No: S-01.2.1-LVPA-V-835-01-0008
The project aims at developing a unique product - scientifically proved methods of animal assisted therapy, which will be integrated to the concept of holistic medicine, and the methods evaluating welfare of the assisting animals. The scope will include dolphin assisted, hippo and canis therapies.   
It is foreseen that the results of the project  will supplement to the package of alternative medical services in Lithuania providing reliable methods of holistic animal assisted therapy including bilateral - human and animal - affecting aspect. 
The project is being implemented by Lithuanian Sea Museum and Directorate of Kurtuvenai Regional Park. 


Title of the project: „Baltic Museums: Love IT!“

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Lithuanian Sea Museum together with partner museums, IT specialists and research institutions from Poland, Denmark, Sweden and Germany, cooperate in the project ‘Baltic Museums: Love IT!’ to create innovative gamified IT-enabled tools for the visitors of natural and cultural heritage institutions. The three-year project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, Interreg South Baltic Programme. The project aims at developing multilingual tours to be run on the own devices of the visitors (e.g. smartphones) when visiting aquaria,  museums, and other edutaining institutions. Addressing the trend of gamification, the tours will use game elements to make the visitors’ experience more involving or even extend a single visit into long-term relationship. Leading Partner – University of Szczecin (Poland). Project Partners: Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (Germany), National Marine Fisheries Research Institute (Poland), Malmö Museums (Sweden), NaturBornholm (Denmark), Experyment Science Centre in Gdynia (Poland), Foundation of Internet Industry Development "Netcamp" (Poland), Business Academy North gGmbH (Germany), Lithuanian Sea Museum (Lithuania).  Project duration: 2017–2020. Project budget: 1.484.375 EUR. 


Lithuanian Sea Museum implemented projects co-financed by the Lithuanian Council of Culture and Klaipeda Municipality in 2019

Lithuanian Sea Museum implemented projects co-financed by the Lithuanian Council of Culture and Klaipeda Municipality in 2018

Lithuanian Sea Museum implemented projects co-financed by the Lithuanian Council of Culture and Klaipeda Municipality in 2017

Lithuanian Sea Museum implemented projects co-financed by the Lithuanian Council of Culture and Klaipeda Municipality in 2016

Lithuanian Sea Museum implemented projects co-financed by the Lithuanian Council of Culture and Klaipeda Municipality in 2015

International Projects Implemented by the Lithuanian Sea Museum

 

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Rules and recommendations while visiting Lihuanian Sea Museum

DOLPHINS PERFORMANCE

JANUARY–MAY,
SEPTEMBER–DECEMBER 

JUNE, JULY,
AUGUST 

 

Eur

Eur

Adults  

7

10

Children (4 years and older), 
school students, students*, 
age retired EU nationals**, adults with disabilities EU nationals***

3.5

5

Admission prices applicable to groups of 15

Adults  

6

9

Children (4 years and older), 
school students, students*, 
age retired EU nationals**, adults with disabilities EU nationals***

3

4.5

* Full-time EU students studying in higher education or vacational training institutions
** EU citizens holding a pensionary certificate
***  EU nationals adults with disabilities who have an average level of disability and have a valid license.


AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION *

JANUARY-MAY,
SEPTEMBER-DECEMBER

JUNE, JULY, AUGUST

 

Eur

Eur

Adults

7

10

Students*, school children (not from the  EU nations), 
retired senior**

3.5

5

Admission prices applicable to groups of 15

Adults  

6

9

Students*, school children (not from the EU nations), 
retired senior**

3

4.5

* Last Sunday of each month – free admission day to the Aquarium and Museum exhibitions.

SUN BAY              MAY*, SEPTEMBER JUNE, JULY, AUGUST
All visitors 4 years and older 2 3    
 

* California sea lions performances in the Sun Bay from the midlle of May


* Full-time EU students studying in higher education or vacational training institutions. To benefit, provide a proving document, students ID card

** EU citizens holding a pensionary certificate


Photography and filming for personal use - free of charge.


The following visitors are admitted free of charge:

1. Children up to 3 years of age (without providing them a separate seat) to the dolphinarium

2. Children up to 5 years of age to the Aquarium and the museum expositions;

3. Persons with severe disability, disabled children up to 18 years of age and accompanying persons (one disabled - one accompanying person); Adults with mild disability (valid for a ticket to the aquarium and museum exhibitions) EU nationals;

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

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

6. ICOM members; 

7. Guide holding a guide certificate (a ticket could not be transferred to another person);


Reduced local fees when entering Neringa for visitors driving from the resort  to the Lithuanian Sea Museum and coming back on the same day!

On your way back to Neringa please provide the control post with:

1. The voucher acquired in Alksnynė or Nida control post (maximum 5 days before your travel)

2. The ticket of the Lithuanian Sea Museum of the current day

3. The card received in the ticket offices of the Museum


Rules and recommendations while visiting Lihuanian Sea Museum

Visitors Service: +370 659 61 497, aptarnavimas@muziejus.lt 

Rules and recommendations while visiting Lihuanian Sea Museum

 

JULY AND AUGUST

From Tuesday to Sunday

DOLPHIN  PERFORMANCES – 11.30, 13.00, 15.00, 16.30

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–18.30

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS – 10.30–18.30

CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES IN THE SUN BAY – 12.15, 14.00, 16.00


SEPTEMBER

From Wednesday to Sunday

DOLPHIN  PERFORMANCES– 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION – 10.30–18.00

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS – 10.30–18.00

CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES IN THE SUN BAY (from the 26th of September in the dolphinarium)– 11.15, 13.30


OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–17.00


JANUARY

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–17.00


FEBRUARY, MARCH

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–17.00


APRIL

From Wednesday to Sunday

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–18.00

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD – 10.30–18.00


MAY 

From Wednesday to Sunday

DOLPHIN  PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES IN THE SUN BAY – 11.15, 13.30

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION – 10.30–18.00

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS – 10.30–18.00


JUNE

From Tuesday to Sunday

DOLPHIN  PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 14.00, 16.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–18.30

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS – 10.30–18.30

CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES IN THE SUN BAY – 11.15, 13.00, 15.00

 

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

Lithuanian Sea Museum is situated in Smiltynė (Klaipėda Municipality) on the Curonian Spit. Coordinates: 55°43'01.0"N 21°06'02.6"E

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From Klaipėda. Take a passenger ferry from the Old Ferry Terminal (addr. Danės St. 1, Klaipėda) or a ferry for vehicles from the New Ferry Terminal (addr. Nemuno St. 8, Klaipėda) to Smiltynė. The distance from the passenger ferry terminal to the Lithuanian Sea Museum is 1,8 kilometer. Take a bus, ride a bicycle or walk on foot to get to the Museum. The distance from the vehicles terminal is 7 kilometers. Come to the Museum by car/ bicycle or on foot.

Ferry timetable and pricelist www.keltas.lt ,  tel. no. +370 46 311 117 


By intercity bus or train.  The distance from Klaipėda Bus or Railway Station to the Old Ferry Terminal (addr. Danės St. 1, Klaipėda) is 2,2 kilometers. To get to the Old Ferry Terminal take a bus 8 (get off at the stop Atgimimo and walk 1 kilometer to the terminal), walk on foot or take a taxi.


Parking in the Lithuanian Sea Museum is charged at a Red Zone rate. Find out more about Parking Zone Prices.

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