As of April 2022 medical face masks and National Certificate are no longer necessary. We recommend disinfecting your hands before touching the interactive exhibits, observing distance and other hygiene requirements.
You can find more about Covid-19-related restrictions here.
Yes, from May 2022 ETM can be visited for free on the last Sunday of the month. The full list of free museums on the last Sunday of the month can be found here.
No. Energy and Technology Museum is a municipal museum. The legal status of the museum is the one of public enterprise. The museum is managed by five joint owners: Vilnius City Municipality, Vilnius Heating Network (CHC), The Lithuanian District Heating Association (LDHA), The National Lithuanian Energy Association (NLEA) and The Lithuanian Electricity Association (LEA).
No, museum doesn’t have its own free parking lot. There is a city parking by the museum charged at a Red zone rate: 1.5 Eur/hour (I–VI 8:00-22:00).
Not any more. Transport Exposition in Energy and Technology Museum was closed in Mach 2018. Afterwards museum renovation works begun and old cars were returned to their owners car collectors. The Transport Exhibition building was dismantled. Currently under the previous exposition, the new Transformation Hall is undergoing construction.
Yes, during the renovation of the museum and in order to increase the accessibility of exhibits for people with disabilities and families with small children, an elevator was installed in the museum.
Yes. Upon your arrival, you can leave your personal belongings in the locker. The lockers are each locked with a key. You can find it on the ground floor near Visitor Centre. Please take your valuables with you.