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Lithuanian Sea Museum

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The Sea Museum and Dolphinarium Entrance Ticket
from US$2.31*
The Sea Museum and Dolphinarium Entrance Ticket
from US$2.31*
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“dolphin show”(15 reviews)
“marine life”(3 reviews)
“ferry ride”(4 reviews)
Smiltynes g. 3, Klaipeda 93100, Lithuania
+370 46 492250
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All reviewsdolphin showmarine lifeferry rideother countriesperfect place to spendcouple of yearsadults and kidsgreat place to visitweather conditionsvery nice placenational parkdolphinsdolphinariumrenovationfishesticketstunnel
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is set in a historic fort complex that used to guard the harbour at Klaipeda and I think it might be more interesting to emphasise the history of the fort more. The aquarium is informative and has good displays, although there are other...More

Thank Stephen P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lithuanian Sea Museum is one of the most impressive museums in Lithuania. This maritime museum is located in Smiltyne, Klaipeda. Many years ago here was Nerija Fort. In the Aquarium you can see marine fauna exhibition (mollusc shells, various fossils, algae, corals ), wach fishes...More

Thank Kristina P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Smaller children free of charge, teenagers half price, adults - 23 eur.. Doplhins were nice and you could see how hard their trainers had been working. Seals were a bit off, at least in comparison with the doplhins. Museum it self was not so impressive,...More

Thank Ilze H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The museum was renovated since I was there as a child, it's interactive now. There are pinguines, fishes, different kinds of sea animals. Aquarium is impressive as you stand below. and fishes just flow over you. But for Lithuania 10 euro entrance is quite a...More

Thank Aldona A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Renovated sea museum is a great place where you can spend your time in Klaipėda. Museum is interactive- you can see everything about Baltic sea. Aquarium isn't very large, but it is still impressing. It is located in 3 floors. Only problem is that museum...More

Thank Oto Jānis K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great. Full of pleasant emotions. The dolphins were super, the Maritime Museum, not so much. BUT emotions from the Dolphin show - SUPER. Tickets must be made individually for each place! We took the AUTO parking for almost 3h and was enough.

Thank Mārtiņš D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

There us separate ticket for 10 euro which is not valid for Dolphins show. A lot if pladtic sculptures in the museum. Some aquariums. The biggest attraction is underwater glass cirridor . With small kids ok

Thank Michal G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It’s been renewall in 2017 -2018. Would recommend to by ticket online and to have them in your phone because there are a lot of people and row to the ticket register.

Thank Silvija M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Dolphin show is spectacular!!! A must see! If you plan, the queues are shorter in the late afternoon time, the best time would be 16.30.

Thank Akvile K
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Very nice place to visit with whole family. A lot ot sea animals. It was realy fun. It can be reached by boat.

Thank Lijana I
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17 March 2016|
Response from Morta T | Reviewed this property |
It is more than 300 km from Vilnius. You can go there by bus, train or car. Car+navigator is most comfortable choice. But not the cheapest one. When you reach Klaipeda, then you have to take ferry to Smiltyne. You can take... More