Is a one of my favorite museums, full of interesting tech stuff: starting with steam turbines, control rooms and ending with antiquarian cars and motorcycles.
Turbine hall floor cut through to the basement, viewed from second floor.
Turbine hall also has several power plant models like this Ignalina nuclear power plant and its RMBK Chernobyl-like reactor.
And this Kruonis pumped storage power plant model.
Entrance hall greets visitors with art installations and photographs.
Next to turbine hall is a control room full of indicators and switches.
Old soviet era time relay.
Stairs leading to basement floor.
Basement also holds the kerosene lamps display.
And some old German “Telefunken” radios.
Telefunken vacuum tube.
Second floor also houses old tv and cash registers/calculators and other vintage stuff.
Gear works of some kind of mechanism.
This one kinda surprised me, old “Vilnius” synthesizer.
Radio scale with radio station names.
Vintage soviet style decorated room.
Heidelberg press emblem.
Press stamp with Lithuanian coat of arms.
Some sort of circular meter.
Third and second floor has many interactive contraptions, like this Jacobs ladder.
The museum has an additional hangar, with vehicle display.
Old Skoda trolley documents and instruction.
Old cars display with a favorite BMW 327 model.
Frontend of a Zaporozech 968M.
Motorcycle display with a racing one in front.