The Museum of Genocide Victims opened late in 1992 in the building where the Soviet security agencies, known to the world as the KGB, operated for almost 50 years, which makes the museum unique. Its exhibitions deal with the painful and dramatic times in the 20th century: the loss of independence, brutal reprisals at the hands of the Soviet regime, and the bitter fight for the reestablishment of independence.
The building is listed as an historical monument. No great changes have been made in the plan of the building and its interior. In some rooms parts of or the whole original interiors have been recreated.
Aukų g. 2A, LT-01113 Vilnius.
Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm,