It was our final day in Vilnius but we had plenty of time to explore more of the Lithuanian capital as our flight home wasn’t until late in the evening. We’d managed to arrange a late check-out until 4.00 p.m. which was helpful and after a leisurely breakfast we wandered along the road to the Museum of Energy and Technology arriving soon after it opened at 10.00 a.m. This museum is also included in the Vilnius City Card and as we had not started using our 72 hour card until late morning on the first day, it was still valid (normal admission is €3 (£2.60).
THe Lithuanian Museum of Energy and Technology
The museum is housed in the former Vilnius power plant which dates back to 1903 and is the largest technical museum in Lithuania. Many of the original features are still in place and we were able to view…
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