KGB, Prison, Deportations, Resistance movement, cells, executions chamber
The museum is situated in the former KGB building, where the crimes of the Soviet regime were planned and executed for fifty years. Visitors can visit:
the former KGB prison,
the premises where death sentences were implemented,
modern exhibitions telling about the loss of independence in the middle of the 20th century, repressions by Soviet authorities, and the self-sacrificing and persistent fight for independence.
I am a licenced guide to make excursions in The Museum of Genocide Victims. This tour takes about 1, 5 hour. 1 hour in former prison, where political prisoners were kept, tortured in torture chamber and killed in execution chamber.
One chamber of 19 is dedicated to jewish Holocaust, because 1941-1944 the buiding was used as the German Gestapo and SD headquarters and a prison, barracks of the Sonderkommando of the city of Vilnius, which killed Jews and others.
History of KGB building
The KGB prison in the basement
Nazi occupation and the Holocaust in Lithuania
The former execution camera
The partisan war between 1944 and 1953
The KGB: 1954-1991
The Popular Anti-Soviet Resistance: 1954-1991
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Near the entrance to museum Aukų str. 2A, LT-01113 Vilnius
End location: Near the entrance to museum Aukų str. 2A
Duration: 1 hour 30 min.
Meeting near the entrance, guide services in the museum, recomendations.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
4 EUR - 4Eur for the ticket,
2Eur to buy permission to make photos (optional).
Exposition abuot deportations,postwar resistance movement in Lithuania, KGB employee office reconstruction, spyware equipment, 1989-1991 events in Lithuania.