Lithuanian Museum of Ethnocosmology is the first and the only museum of its kind in the world. The relationship between a man (and the mankind) and the the Cosmoc World will be interesting for everyone.
The museum comprises of three sections. The first one is a five-hall underground gallery, where Ethnocosmology is presented by ethnology, history of science, and both philosophical and astronomical point of views. At the lecture you will learn more about Ethnocosmology ideas and key topics, digital images of space; you will also be introduced with the best telescopes and spacecraft cameras. After that 32 metres observation spot .The view from here is breathtaking: six lakes and a panorama of Labanoras forest can be seen.
Finally the last section of the museum is an outdoor exposure, also worth visiting.
Driver/guide pick up you from hotel/apartments or other centrally located place. Transfer to Molėtai disctrict, Kulionys village. Excursion to Ethno-cosmology museum. Ethnocosmology museum's concept means human communication with mankind and it’s links to the representation of the cosmic world as well as a manifestation of living traditions, rituals, material heritage, science, technology, literature, art, philosophy, religion, science fiction and Futurology. The first part of excursion is in a five-hall underground gallery, where Ethnocosmology is presented by ethnology, history of science, and both philosophical and astronomical point of views. After that - the lecture where you will learn more about Ethnocosmology ideas and key topics, digital images of space; you will also be introduced with the best telescopes and spacecraft cameras. Than by stairs or elevator go to 32 metres observation spot. Beautiful panorama is guaranteed! One of the biggest Labanoras forest and six lakes - let you discover Lithuanian nature. Last but not least is the outdoor exposure.
On the way to Vilnius brief stop at the geographical centre of Europe, which is located near Purnuskes village (26 km north of Vilnius) and it had been claimed according to the research of the French National Geographic Insitute.
The geographical centre of Europe is decorated with a composition created by the famous Lithuanian sculptor Gediminas Jokubonis and dedicated to the accession of Lithuania to the EU. It is a white granite column decorated with a crown of stars.