Europos Parkas is a wonderful open-air museum of international artists, just outside the city and with over 90 sculptures.
Europos Parkas, a unique museum in its own right, was founded in 1991 by Lithuanian sculptor Gintaras Karosas. Therefore, most of the works in the museum belong to this artist.
Set in a 50-hectare forest, the museum offers visitors the pleasure of a museum in nature. Europos Parkas, which is called the museum of the center of Europe, allows us to get to know and examine the works of famous artists closely, accompanied by a beautiful nature walk.
First of all, if you want to visit this park in a good way, you should spare 2 hours. If you get tired, you can have something to eat and drink at the restaurant you will come across halfway, and if you need a restroom, you can go to the restroom.
The museum, which means Europe’s park, contains important works of art. LNK Infotree by Gintaras Karosas has been included in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest artistic work in the world. More than 3,000 televisions are located in a 700-meter-long labyrinth.
From time to time you can come across small puddles in the park. Some of the works are associated with small ponds. There are also works that will push the limits of your mind. If you love art, these unique works will enlighten you.