Photo by Antanas Lukšėnas

The Miniature Museum department of the Lithuanian National Museum of Art from 1976 to 1989 was first established in the building of Evangelical Lutheran Church in Juodkrantė. After restoring the independence of Lithuania, the church was returned back to the religious community. The renewed exhibit of miniatures in 2007 was moved to the historic building, located on the Lagoon side of the street, in which a prolific author Liudvikas Rėza (Ludwig Rhesa) spent some of his summers.


The ansamble of the Pamario Gallery now consists of three buildings. During the summer, exhibitions take place in the main and the second building, originally a fisherman‘s barn. In the third building, Museum‘s visitors may participate in workshops and education programmes for people of all ages.

Modified: 12/03/2021