On the last Sundays of the month, we invite you to visit the largest technical museum in Lithuania, where you will find: the industrial environment of the old power plant and the remaining authentic equipment; an interactive hall “Science and Technology for Kids”; a bright fun slide; ETM roof terrace; a control panel simulator.
Each weekend, ETM’s Curie or Newton workshops run engaging scientific experiments for the whole family. In the Curie Workshop, we boil liquid nitrogen, using simple household materials produce hydrogen gas and non-Newtonian (both hard and soft) fluid.
In Newton Workshop, we interactively present Newton’s laws, energy losses, pass an electric current through the body, create a fire tornado and experiment with butane gas. The price of additional activity is 2 Eur.
There is no pre-registration to Transformation Hall – it will be possible to visit it while waiting in a live queue. Up to 100 visitors can visit the hall at one time. As every weekend, there will be guided tours and a Tesla shows, the price of which is 3.50 EUR/person.
The Transformation Hall was created to inspire interest in science and technology, to present exact sciences in an understandable and engaging way. Each exhibit consists of a historical narrative and an interactive challenge. After completing the challenge, you will generate energy, which will be converted into Quantums of energy, and you can exchange Quantums for souvenirs and a Transformation Hall Engineer certificate.
Also, in the Boiler Hall, you’ll find sound ant light installation “Electric Diva” by artists Andrius Mamontovas and Jolita Vaitkutė. Here is the last chance to see the exhibition “Salve, Vilnius’DCC”, that dedicated to celebrating the uniqueness of the city of Vilnius for its 700th anniversary.
In Steam Condenser and Turbine Halls new international Poland-Lithuania-Ukraine-Germany exhibition “Borders”. It was first held in 2022, and has so far been shown in Poland and Germany, now – in Vilnius.
The full list of free museums on the last Sunday of the month is here.
Let’s meet at the ETM on Sunday, April 30th from 10 AM to 6.30 PM.