You are invited to the exposition of court history in the National Court Administration.
This exposition presents a unique court room of the inter-war period and over 200 exhibits from various historical periods.
Weapons, passports, books of historical value, items of judicial clothing, actual items of material evidence, cases stitched by hand, actual oaths – all this is forgotten and unexpectedly discovered witness, of the history of Lithuanian courts and our guide will tell everything about them. The narrative will be thick with suspense and introduce visitors to the history of Lithuanian courts which goes as far as the times of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania up to our days. On the last Friday of every month the exposition will be presented by Alfredas Vilbikas, the initiator of the court museum and the judge of Šiauliai District Court.
The court museum not only helps to get in touch with the forgotten court history but also to use modern technologies and visit a virtual court room į (more about the virtual court room see here).
This exposition room can also be used for classes, lecture, workshops if arranged in advance.
The guide service in this court exposition which is regularly updated is free of charge.
The visitors can register by email email@example.com or phone (8 5) 251 4120 and they are welcome to stop by on working hours at: L. Sapiegos g. 15, Vilnius!
The exposition was first opened on 31 October 2014.