Trakai History Museum and Island Castle are the objects representing Lithuanian culture and history, there come almost all delegations that are for a visit in Lithuania. The Castle was honoured with the visit paid by Danish Queen Margaret II, Swedish King Carl XVI Gustav together with Queen Silvia, the presidents of Hungary, Estonia, Greece, Kazakhstan, China, Latvia, Poland, Macedonia, Portugal, Ukraine and Uzbek; Prime Ministers, Ministers, Ambassadors of many countries paid their visits to Trakai History Museum and Island Castle. In the Great Chamber of Island Castle some intergovernmental treaties were signed. Trakai History Museum is awaiting of each tourist, where one will find interesting visuals and impressions, where nature and architecture harmonically supplement each other.

GPS:  54°39'08.6" N, 24°56'01.4" E   
Working hours:
May – September:  I - VII:  10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
October:  II - VII:  10 a.m. - 6  p.m. (on Mondays - closed)
November - February:  II - VII:  9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (on Mondays - closed)
March, April:  II - VII:  10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (on Mondays - closed).

Last entry is 30 minutes before closing time.

Entry fee: 7 €  – for adults, 3,5 €  – for  children, students, 3,5 € - for seniors.

Guide price: a guided tour in a foreign language -
A guided tour price in a foreign language - 15 €
Trakai Castle box office (in the Island Castle):  + 370 528  53 946



1967 a Karaim Ethnographic exhibition was set. In 1997 this exposition was renewed and now it introduces the visitors to the history, traditions, home and customs of Karaim nation. This exhibition is the only which reflects the nation that was brought to Lithuania from Crimea 600 years ago.

Address – Karaimu Str. 22, Trakai.
Tel.: + 370 528  55 286

Working hours:
April - October
10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (on Mondays, Tuesdays - closed).

November - March
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (on Mondays, Tuesdays - closed).

Ticket price:
2,00 € - for adults
1,00 € - for school children, students.



The exposition displays liturgical things, crockery, apparels, altar tackle, and art objects of religious plot. The interior of the chapel strongly suffered after closing of the monastery (in 1863) and was finished to be renovated in 2004. The mural altars were renewed; the windows were decorated with the stained glass depicting St. Dominic and St. John Nepamukas figures. Under the chapel there is a cellar, where the liturgical set out is on the display. The chapel long ago did not see the scarifying of the mess, and only thanks to the museum this cultural and historical heritage was given back its sacral spirit. We also expect that it will become an object for sightseeing of the town guests! Visit the Sacral Art Exposition!

The exposition working hours: 
April - October

10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (on Mondays, Tuesdays - closed).

November - March
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (on Mondays, Tuesdays - closed).

Entry fee: Adults – 3,00 €. Students – 1,50 

Address: Kestucio 4, LT-21104, Trakai
Contact details: Phone: 8-528-53941, 8-528-53945


Last update:2018-01-04