Vilnius University Library, founded in 1570, has remained in its authentic place up to now. Together with all the buildings and courtyards of the old University, it composes a uniform, spectacular and unique architectural ensemble of Vilnius Old Town, representing the history of Lithuanian science and culture progress.
In order to prevent the possible spread of coronavirus the entry to Vilnius University ensemble will be preventively limited from 28 February to 16 March; therefore, guided tours will not be organised.
Guided tours around Vilnius University ensemble and the Library
If you want to visit the Vilnius University ensemble and the Library you may fill in an electronic order form (ordered tour will be confirmed within 24 hours if the electronic form was filled in on working days or the earliest working day if the electronic form was filled in on weekend) or contact the Library’s Communication and Information Department tel. (8 5) 268 7103.
Sites shown in a guided tour:
Library and University halls
- Mathias Casimir Sarbievius
Church of Sts. Johns
Faculty of Philology (new interiors)
Guided tours are provided in Lithuanian, English, Russian and Polish on each workday from 9:00 to 15:00 (on Fridays until 14:00).
A tour usually lasts an hour and a half.
For adults – 8 € / per person.
For school children and students – 2 € / per person.
Guided tours are not provided for pre-schoolers and children from primary schools.
Guided tours are organized for a group of minimum four persons.
Two persons accompanying groups of up to 30 school children do not have to pay for a tour.
You will find more information about Vilnius University ensemble and historical halls of the Library here.
Guided tours at Adam Mickiewicz Museum
For adults – 2 € / per person.
For school children and students – 1 € / per person.
More information about Adam Mickiewicz Museum