Where are we located?

Respublikos str. 40
LT-35173 Panevėžys
  • Walking

    The museum is located at Respublikos str. 40, so
    you will access it easily from Laisves square (~6 min. walk) or Panevezys Bus Station within 9-minute walk.

  • Bike or stroller

    The museum is located at Respublikos str. 40, so you will access it within minutes from Laisves square or Panevezys Bus Station. Parking for bikes and strollers will be right next to the main museum entrance.

  • Public transport

    You will reach the museum by bus routes: 1E, 4, 6, 6A, 16. The closest bus stops are J. Balčikonio gimnazija and Topoliu al.

  • Car

    Public parking is available in Topoliu alley and Respublikos, J. Urbsio, Kranto streets. You will find electomobile charging points in the map right here: https://elektrodegalines.lt

  • Train

    If you will arrive by train, a walk towards Stasys Museum will take ~ 23 min., while a drive by car will take you there in ~7 min.

Stasys Museum

Plan a route
The museum is located on Respublika st. 40. One of the entrances to the museum can be found from Respublika st.
Coming from Krantos st. side, the entrance to the Stasys Museum can be found in the middle of the building

Opening Hours

  • Monday closed
    II-VI - 11:00 - 19:00
    VII - 12:00 - 17:00

    The last visitors are admitted half an hour before the end of the museum's working hours.


Museum tickets can be purchased at Stasys Museum ticket office. Tickets are sold up to 30 minutes before the museum’s closure.
Regular Ticket

8 €

Ticket with a discount

4 €

for university and school students,

seniors up to 80 years

Friends Ticket*

7 € / per 1 person

Guided tour**

2 € / per 1 person plus ticket price

(either regular,

with a discount or friends)

Annual subscription

Unlimited visits for one year

35 €



*for a group of 8 or more people

**advanced booking is necessary:


Free admission

Museum attendance is free of charge for:                                                                                                                                                         

all visitors on the last Sunday of every month;


preschool children;


orphans and children deprived of parental care;

people with disabilities and their accompanying person or persons assistant;


people over 80 years old;

Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM);




students of all types of art and art schools;


students of art and design colleges;

Members of the International Association of Art Critics;

guides who have submitted an official guide certificate issued by a state institution;


people with the status of an artist;

  • teachers accompanying groups of students of at least 10 persons, or visiting exhibitions independently for the purpose of preparation for integrated learning or lessons in the museum;
  • teachers accompanying children to educational activities;
  • members of tourism companies who accompany a group of at least 10 citizens of the Republic of Lithuania or a group of at least 5 foreigners;
  • Citizens of Ukraine who have submitted a document proving their citizenship;
  • students of schools (gymnasiums, basic schools) who are educated according to the courses of knowledge of art, history of art, art history.

Discover Panevėžys

STASYS MUSEUM, the creativity center Pagiedruliai, art galleries, exhibitions and international symposiums on ceramics and stone sculptures, four theatres, brass band championships, music festivals - one of the five largest cities in Lithuania, Panevėžys is swimming in the cultural waters. The world-renowned artist Stasys Eidrigevičius, whose name was given to the STASYS MUSEUM, is also creating an art legend in the city.

Panevėžys settlers began to settle on the banks of the Nevėžis River in the first half of the 16th century. In 1727, the Piarist monks who settled in the town opened the town's first
secondary school, and Panevėžys became an educational center.
By the end of the 19th century, the town's population was already more than 13 000, industry was developing and culture was flourishing.

At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, Panevėžys became a regional center, and between the wars, it grew even more, with Lithuanian traditions, and
Polish and Jewish national communities.

During the Second World War, the city was occupied by the Russian army, and many business and cultural people were killed and exiled. During the Soviet era, many industrial
buildings and factories were built in the city, but the artists of Panevėžys tried to preserve their own identity and the traditions of inter-war culture.

The city was famous for the drama theatre founded by the legendary director J. Miltinis, which was represented by the actors Donatas Banionis, Vaclovas Blėdis, Algimantas
Masiulis, Bronius Babkauskas, and other equally famous actors.

Today, in Panevėžys, art can be found in the most unexpected spaces of the city, where many famous poets, musicians, actors, painters, sculptors and photographers work: Elvyra Pažemeckaitė, Juozas Lebednykas, Andrius Kviliūnas, Albinas Kėleris, Asta Preidytė, Algirdas Paulavičius, Marija Šileikaitė-Čičirkienė, Evaldas Ivanauskas, Remigijus Kriukas,
and others.

The museum is ready to become the beating heart of Panevėžys' culture, a centre of international cultural attraction, and to open a space for contemporary art, cultural dialogue, creative industries and education to the city's residents and visitors.