The M. K. Čiurlionis National Art Museum is a group of museums based in Kaunas, Lithuania. It is primarily dedicated to exhibiting and publicizing the works of the painter and musician M.K. Čiurlionis.
The museum was founded in 1921, and opened a temporary gallery in 1925. It was renamed Vytautas the Great Museum of Culture in 1936, receiving its current name in 1944. An expansion took place in 1969. The interwar part of the building was built in Art Deco and early funcionalism style.The museum sponsors international exhibitions along with lectures, concerts, conferences, and special educational activities for children.
Official Website http://www.ciurlionis.lt/
Phone (8 ~ 37) 22 94 75
Address 55 V. Putvinskio g., 44248, Kaunas
Coordinates 54°54'0.95" N 23°54'43.268" E