The diversity of the country’s nature is presented in the Nature Exposition, which is divided into six zones. Birds, mammals, live exotic and native fish, reflections of nature, invertebrate hut and recreation area. In the center of the hall there is a green tree, after which museum visitors can sit down, watch video broadcasts from animal habitats, and drink coffee. Here is an interactive quiz “Know the birds of your country”.
(Note: The tablet-audio guide is on display.)
After both world wars, the city of Tauragė remained especially devastated. The installation “Lost Tauragė” is located in the basement of the tower. Here, special attention is paid to imitating reality: the gloomy environment, the scattering of the wreckage of imitation weapons and the smoke of nitrogen make it feel as if you are hiding in a bunker and a war is going on above us.
The ethnographic region of Southern Samogitia is presented by the material heritage of this region. Peasants’ household and household items, textiles, national costume that has kept local traditions. There is an interactive table representing the national costumes of women and men of all five ethnographic regions of Lithuania. There are colored puzzles on the walls with St. George, tree of life and various chest pattern images. In the Folk Art Hall, old folk art and works of folk artists of the Tauragė region shine in all their beauty.
The consistent historical narrative of the Tauragė region begins with prehistory and continues to the present day. Archaeological finds, the remains of the Tauragė manor, the features of the border with Prussia, the world wars, the devastated land, and the flourishing of a modern industrial city. Yiddish, German, Russian and Lithuanian-speaking Tauragians who lived here […]