VILNIUS: Entertain at the Palace of Grand Dukes

02.04.2015
VILNIUS: Entertain at the Palace of Grand Dukes

The former royal residence the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania now houses the national museum and is at the same time the most prestigious venue in the city. Rebuilt for the 1000th anniversary of the Lithuanian state, the restored palace has proven to be an excellent choice for gala dinners, receptions and conferences.

Originally built in the 15th century for the rulers of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the Palace of the Grand Dukes has been open to the public since July 2013. A visit to the national museum and discovering of the restored ruins of the original palace foundations, defensive walls, staircases and ruins of many cellars will help to reveal fascinating insights into 500 years of history of Lithuania.

Impressive ceremonial halls in the Gothic, Renaissance and early Baroque styles are sure to delight even the most demanding organisers. The capacity of the biggest hall is 500 delegates and a cosy courtyard can accommodate up to 2000 guests. Exclusive guided tours can be organized for the delegates.

To plan your next event at the Palace of the Grand Dukes, please contact our office in Vilnius