For visitors

Start the engine of history and let’s go to the world of legendary cars!

From the days when engineering geniuses were still the drivers of kings and the world went crazy for individuality to today’s modern classics and technical legends.

The Largest Museum of Historical Transportation Technology in Lithuania

Every day 10.00–19.00
We are closed on Tuesdays

How to find us?

The museum is located at the intersection of Naujininkai and Naujamiestis districts. Easy to find and quick to reach for both city residents and visiting guests.

After getting off at Prusui stop ( Buses: 1, 3, 4, 41, 42, 78. Trolleybuses: 10, 17 ), take the overpass to the roof of the building, where you will find the entrance to the museum. After entering through the main entrance, you will find the museum on the left.

For the convenience of museum visitors, parking is free. When coming from the center, you need to turn around at the intersection at Kapsui Street. After turning from Darius and Girėnos street at the Eolto store, go up the ramp to the roof of the building, where you will find the parking lot and the entrance to the building. After entering through the main entrance, you will find the museum on the left.

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Frequently asked questions

The Vilnius Auto Museum was founded on 18 May 2023, through private initiative.

The museum features over 100 historic vehicles, each narrating the story of global motorisation. Among them, you will find historic brands that have shaped today’s automotive industry, one-off models owned by historical figures, and vehicles intertwined with Lithuanian history.

No – the model of free museum admission applies to national and state museums under the Ministry of Culture, whereas the Vilnius Auto Museum is a private museum and is therefore not covered by this model.

Yes, indeed! You can purchase a physical gift voucher in person at the museum’s ticket office. Electronic gift vouchers are available for purchase online. The gift vouchers can be redeemed for museum services and items in the gift shop.

Yes, the museum offers guided tours. Group tours are priced at €80 and last 2 hours. For further information, please contact us at

Entrance to the museum requires a ticket. However, the free guided tours are provided as a complimentary service by the museum to enhance visitor’s understanding of the history of motoring. These tours are funded by the museum.

Yes! A group tour costs €80 and lasts 2 hrs. Such tours must be booked at least 24 hours in advance. To do so, please contact us at:

A comprehensive guided tour of the world’s automotive history typically lasts between 1.5 and 2 hours.

Yes! We warmly welcome students of all ages to participate in our cultural-historical experiences, where they have the opportunity to create their own museum, and broaden their knowledge of the history of technology as well as their cultural awareness.
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Yes, students with the Culture Pass are welcome at the Vilnius Auto Museum. They can participate in our ‘Creating My Own Museum’ educational activity, which offers a high-quality historical, cultural and creative experience. More information available here.

  • Children under 6 years of age
  • Individuals over 80 years of age
  • Holders of the POLA card
  • Guides with a valid guide certificate
  • Teachers with a valid certificate
  • Museum staff with a valid certificate
  • Journalists with a certificate confirming their status as a journalist

Unfortunately, for the safety of our visitors and at the request of the owners of our exhibits, we kindly ask that you refrain from bringing pets into the museum.

You are more than welcome to visit our museum as a group. If you’re planning to explore the museum without a guided tour, there is no need to inform us in advance.

Currently, we do not have a cafe within the museum premises. However, one will be available in the near future.

Yes, the museum does offer venues for hire. More information available here. You can also contact us at:

Yes, it is!

Entering the vehicles, opening doors, or touching them is generally not permitted. However, we do have a few exhibits, such as the legendary Ford Model T, that are not restricted by barriers and can explored.

We’re always on the lookout for hidden gems in private hands! Please share more about your car, along with a photo at


Events and news

Don’t miss out on exciting motorsport events – From Dakar stories to the iconic Monte Carlo Rally. Take a trip back in time to the 19th and 20th centuries. the world of transport technology, discover the most interesting historical facts and secrets, get involved in our educations and become co-creators of the Vilnius Auto Museum