The Kelmė Manor ensemble is a cultural heritage object protected by the state and is valued as a rare surviving baroque-style Lithuanian provincial manor house. 9 buildings from the manor estate have survived to this day. Kelmė Manor is the place where the uprising of 1831 against Tsarist Russia first started in Lithuania. The first museum of Kelmė was opened in the house of the Riflemen’s Union in 1936. In Kelmė Manor – museum – visitors are introduced to the only exhibition of native American culture in Lithuania. Tourists are entertained with Native American games and quizzes; they are treated to Iroquois cakes and mate with honey. Visitors can get adventurous by shooting arrows at the bison silhouettes.
Visiting at other hours on Saturdays and Sundays available by prior arrangement.