Europos Parkas, Open-Air Museum in the Center of Europe, was founded by Lithuanian sculptor Gintaras Karosas. Europos Parkas is a twenty-minute drive from the center of Vilnius. The exhibition spans an area of 55 hectares and displays over 100 works by artists from 31 countries of the world.
The collection includes large-scale works by famous contemporary artists such as Abakanowicz, Oppenheim, LeWitt and others. The Museum is developed as unity of nature and works of art. The expressive landscape of the park, woodlands and grasslands dotted with natural springs provide a perfect setting for the sculptures. In 2002, the park was listed in the Guinness Book of
Records for having the largest sculpture in the world made from television sets (about 3000, and including as its centerpiece a rapidly decaying concrete Lenin), the maze like 'Info Tree' by Lithuanian visionary sculptor and founder of the park Gintaras Karosas.
Address: Joneikiskiu k,
LT-15148 Vilnius, LITHUANIA
Tel.: 8 5 237 70 77