Education

Join our learning programmes!
Lithuanian Sea Museum fosters the idea of the maritime Lithuania and develops educational programmes featuring national maritime heritage, traditional shipping and living by the coastline. Participants of the sessions are invited to discover epic stories of the mankind relationship with the sea and the attempts to take up its challenges. Evoking critical thinking, sparking curiosity and inspiration, the programmes call for personal commitment to each other and the Baltic Sea. 
Our motto: No more draining lectures! Get hands on with knowledge testing and tasting, touching and feeling, exploring and discovering!
Dear students, teachers and guests to our city! Join us for exciting experience to explore, enjoy and preserve the harmony with the sea!


Price per session: 30 Eur
Groups can be made up of max. 30 persons. 
Content of educational sessions can be adapted for all age groups.
Please book in advance:

Tel. +370 659 21 932
E-mail: edukacija@muziejus.lt


WHO LIVES IN THE BALTIC SEA?
Content: the Baltic Sea, its Fauna and Flora.
Participants are invited to immerse themselves in the history of the Baltic Sea, get acquainted with its inhabitants and the underwater world. After you know, you cannot withstand a personal commitment to preserve the world of the Baltic Sea. 


WHAT DO LIGHTHOUSES TALK ABOUT?
Content: Lighthouse. Navigation. Destination – Home.
Story of lighthouses unlocks history of navigational inventions. Knowledge of lighthouse constructions broaden understanding about architecture. And, their locations call for geographical discoveries. 
Having transmitted a right signal or directed ship safely to the harbour you will gain more confidence in taking on responsibility or acting as an experienced team player.  


TAKE UP CHALLENGE OF THE SEA!
Content: Irresistible call of discoveries. Attempts to get on well with the sea. 
Thrilling situations will expose you to the challenges of the sea. Being aware and knowing how to avoid them, you will get more comprehension of responsibility and duty, and how important is to communicate with each other and think critically. 


LITHUANIAN NATIONAL FLAG FLIES THE SEAS
Content: Dream. Courage. Commitment. Sea. 
Talk about the colours of the Lithuanian tricolour: yellow, green, and red – evokes personal emotions to the national flag. What does the national flag signal in the sea? The context is supplement by a true story of the flag of the first Lithuanian naval ship Prezidentas Smetona.  
Through modern methods, the lesson calls to decode the meaning of the national flag to each of us. 


WIND ALWAYS BLOWS AT THE HARBOUR
Content: Wind. Harmony between the Nature and a Human. Cultural progress of Lithuania and the World. 
Lab of winds introduces various wind detecting techniques and asks to relate and explain the wind and a kite, a flag, a sail, a weathervane, a whistle, a windmill, an anemometer, The Beaufort scale... To call the wind you will have to learn its local name... And you will hear the wind composing or playing like a musician. 
The wind will bring the Nature to you as the immense source of inspiration. 

 

 

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DOLPHINS PERFORMANCE

JANUARY–MAY,
SEPTEMBER–DECEMBER 

JUNE 

JULY,
AUGUST 

 

Eur

Eur

Eur

Adults  

8

10

13 

Children (4 years and older), 
school students, students*, 
age retired EU nationals**, adults with disabilities EU nationals***

4

5

9

Children up to 3 years old (inclusive)

1

1

 

Admission prices applicable to groups of 15 

 

Adults  

7

9

12

Children (4 years and older), 
school students, students*, 
age retired EU nationals**, adults with disabilities EU nationals***

3,5

4.5

8.5

*   Full-time EU students studying in higher education or vacational training institutions
**  EU citizens holding a pensionary certificate
*** EU adult citizens with mild disability holding a disability certificate.
​Important! From 5 May  children under 3 years of age must hold a ticket to dolphinarium.  


AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION *

JANUARY-MAY,
SEPTEMBER-DECEMBER

JUNE

JULY, AUGUST

 

Eur

Eur

Eur

Adults

8

10

11

Students*, school children (not from the  EU nations), 
retired senior**

4

5

5.5

Children up to 5 years old (inclusive)

0

0

 

Admission prices applicable to groups of 15 

 

Adults  

7

9

10

Students*, school children (not from the EU nations), 
retired senior**

3,5

4.5

5

* Last Sunday of each month – free admission day to the Aquarium and Museum exhibitions.

* Full-time EU students studying in higher education or vacational training institutions. To benefit, provide a proving document, students ID card

** EU citizens holding a pensionary certificate


Please read Visitors service regulations

 

Please read Visitors service regulations: Lithuanian Sea Museum visitors service regulations, 2021

NOTE! The Anex No. 1 of Lithuanian Sea Museum visitors service regulations:
1. Recast of Visitor Service Regulations, art. 24.2.3.1: in order to control maximum number of visitors allowed to the dolphinarium during the quarantine, children under 3 years of age must hold a ticket which cost 1 Eur, if purchased in the ticket office, and 0.95 Eur if purchased on line. Children 4 years of age and above must hold a ticket purchased at a child-ticket price. 


 

SEPTEMBER

From Wednesday to Sunday

DOLPHINS CALIFORNIA SEA LIONS PERFORMANCES –  12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION – 10.30-18.00

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS – 10.30-18.00


OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–17.00


JANUARY

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–17.00


FEBRUARY, MARCH

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES – 12.00, 15.00

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–17.00


MARCH

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–17.00 

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES 


APRIL

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION  – 10.30–18.00 

DOLPHIN AND CALIFORNIA SEA LION PERFORMANCES: Friday  – 12.00, 15.00, Saturday, Sunday – 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00.


MAY 

From Wednesday to Sunday

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION – 11.00–18.00

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS – 11.00–18.00

DOLPHINS AND SEA LIONS PERFORMANCES: Wednesday-Friday – 12.00, 15.00,  Saturday, Sunday – 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00.


JUNE

From Wednesday to Sunday

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION – 11.00–18.00

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS – 11.00–18.00

DOLPHINS AND SEA LIONS PERFORMANCES IN THE SUN BAY: Wednesday-Friday – 12.00, 13.30, 15.00,  Saturday, Sunday – 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00.


JULY

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION: II–VII – 10.30–18.30 
ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS: II-VII – 10.30–18.00
DOLPHINS AND SEA LIONS PERFORMANCES: II-VII – 11.00, 12.15, 13.45, 15.00, 16.15.


AUGUST

01 08–22 08
From Tuesday to Sunday

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION: II–VII – 10.30–18.30 

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS: II-VII – 10.30–18.00

DOLPHINS AND SEA LIONS PERFORMANCES: II-VII, 11.00, 12.15, 13.45, 15.00, 16.15.

24 08–29 08

From Tuesday to Sunday

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION: II–VII – 10.30–18.30 

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS: II-VII – 10.30–18.00

DOLPHINS AND SEA LIONS PERFORMANCES: II-VII, 11.30, 13.00, 14.30, 16.00.

31 08

AQUARIUM AND MUSEUMS’ EXHIBITION: 10.30–18.30 

ETHNOGRAPHIC FISHERMAN'S FARMSTEAD AND THE GROUNDS OF OLD FISHING SHIPS: 10.30–18.00

DOLPHINS AND SEA LIONS PERFORMANCES: 12.00, 15.00

Visitors Service: +370 659 61 497, aptarnavimas@muziejus.lt 

 

Lithuanian Sea Museum
Smiltynės Str. 3 LT-93100, Klaipėda

Lithuanian Sea Museum is situated in Smiltynė (Klaipėda Municipality) on the Curonian Spit. Coordinates: 55°43'01.0"N 21°06'02.6"E

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From Klaipėda. Take a passenger ferry from the Old Ferry Terminal (addr. Danės St. 1, Klaipėda) or a ferry for vehicles from the New Ferry Terminal (addr. Nemuno St. 8, Klaipėda) to Smiltynė. The distance from the passenger ferry terminal to the Lithuanian Sea Museum is 1,8 kilometer. Take a bus, ride a bicycle or walk on foot to get to the Museum. The distance from the vehicles terminal is 7 kilometers. Come to the Museum by car/ bicycle or on foot.

Ferry timetable and pricelist www.keltas.lt ,  tel. no. +370 46 311 117 


By intercity bus or train.  The distance from Klaipėda Bus or Railway Station to the Old Ferry Terminal (addr. Danės St. 1, Klaipėda) is 2,2 kilometers. To get to the Old Ferry Terminal take a bus 8 (get off at the stop Atgimimo and walk 1 kilometer to the terminal), walk on foot or take a taxi.


Parking in the Lithuanian Sea Museum is charged at a Red Zone rate. Find out more about Parking Zone Prices.

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