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Plan your Visit
Pylimo str. 17, Vilnius, LT-01141
Museum opening hours
January 1st 13.00–20.00
January 1st 13.00–20.00
Bistro opening hours
Reservations: +370 6 135 0333
Reservations: +370 6 135 0333
+370 6 098 3764
+370 6 098 3764
Museum is closed
December 24, 25
Museum tickets can be purchased online and at MO ticket office.
Standard – € 7
Student – € 3,5
Senior up to 80 years, visitor with partial working capacity (30-55 %) – € 3,5
Visitor, accompanying visitor with a full loss of working capacity – € 3,5
LAA, LIAA, ULAP member* – € 3,5
Family ticket (1 adult & up to 4 children) – € 10
Family ticket (2 adults & up to 4 children) – € 17
*Members of Lithuanian Artists’ Association (LAA), Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association (LIAA), Union of Lithuanian Art Photographers (ULAP) with a valid relevant document.
Free admission is valid for (free tickets can be picked-up at the museum ticket office):
- children under 7 years of age
- seniors over 80 years of age
- visitors with a full loss of working capacity (0-25 % of working capacity)
- residents of children care homes
- ICOM members
- AICA members
- employees of Lithuanian museums
- member of Lithuanian Art Historians Society
- MOdernists with a valid MOdernist card
- guides with a valid guide certificate
Every Thursday with the magazine “Žmonės”- 50 % discount (valid for one standard ticket).
For groups larger than 10 people – 10% discount for a standard MO Museum ticket.
If your group is of 30 people or more, please inform about your visit in advance email@example.com or call us +370 609 83764. We care about your and other visitors’ comfort in the Museum, so the planning of group visits is of particular importance.
Last tickets are sold 30 minutes before Museum closing.
Do I need to register in advance to visit the Museum?
How can I buy a Museum ticket?
The MO Museum ticket for the visit on the same day is available at the MO Museum ticket office. Also, exhibition tickets for the upcoming days are available online.
Can I pay for my ticket by card?
When purchasing a ticket at the Museum`s ticket office, you can either pay by cash or by bank card.
Does the Museum have Wi-Fi?
Yes, all guests at the Museum can use the free “MO Guest” Wi-Fi connection.
Will I go to the Museum without a queue when I buy a ticket online?
With the MO Museum ticket purchased online, please come to our ticket office to get Museum’s visitors sticker.
Does MO Museum have a parking lot?
Arriving at the Museum by car, it can be parked in public areas and in Vilnius city parking areas. There are yellow and red parking areas next to the MO Museum.
How can I get a closer look at the exhibition?
Where can I get more information about events at the Museum?
How often will the Museum change exhibitions?
We will have 2 exhibitions per year in our Main Hall (Autumn and Spring). In the Small Hall, the exhibitions will change more often. We plan to change 3 or 4 exhibitions a year in the Small Hall.
I would like to visit the Museum with a child. Is there a childcare room?
Yes, we are waiting for you with the little ones. The Museum has a childcare room (on the second floor).
I want to come to the Museum with a child. Does the MO Museum have a special program for children?
MO Museum aims to make children feel entertained at the Museum, so they would love to come back here.
We prepared a children’s book called MOmukai. This is a book where children have to accomplish creative tasks, and parents can learn some interesting facts too.
Also, every Sunday, MO organizes Family Sundays and special activities for children including theatre activities, graphics workshop and storytelling excursions (all activities in Lithuanian, more information at MO Museum Events calendar).
Please note that Family Sundays are organized when Main Exhibition is on display.
Is the Museum adapted for people with disabilities?
Yes, the Museum is waiting for everyone. For people with disabilities, there are lifts, special bathrooms. MO Museum and exposition Hall are also suitable for people with disabilities.
Are there guided tours at the MO Museum?
Yes, guided tours are organized at the MO Museum. More information and registration: Guided tours.
We plan to come to the Museum with the group. Do we need to notify in advance?
For your own convenience, we recommend that you inform us about group visits in advance: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us +370 609 83764. We will plan the date and time of your visit.
We are a school group. What kind of activities for school children does the Museum offer?
MO Museum offers various educational programs for schoolchildren: emotional intelligence education, a dialogue in the Museum through visual thinking and integrated lessons.
We suggest you register and plan your educational activities in advance. More info: Education.
Is there a permanent MO ticket?
There is no permanent ticket to the MO Museum. However, we suggest joining the MO Museum community – MOdernists.
Everyone who has purchased the MOdernist’s card supports the Museum and visits the exhibition of the MO Museum free of charge at any time convenient for them. MOdernists are the first to know about the Museum’s latest news, as well as special offers.
After visiting the exhibition I want to buy souvenirs and gifts. Does the Museum have a bookstore or a shop?
We have MO Shop. It offers you a wide range of books, other publications, MO notebooks an various souvenirs. The greatest distinctive feature of the MO shop is the works that were specially designed for MO Museum by Lithuanian designers: jewelry, candles, watches, cups, leggings, scarves and others.
I am a MOdernist. Can I visit the Museum free of charge?
Great! You are a member of the MO Museum community and support the idea of MO. MOdernists with a valid MOdernist card can visit the exhibition at MO Museum free of charge.
What books can be found in the MO Reading Room? Can I take these books home?
In the MO Museum Reading Room, there are about 2,5 thousand books about art, museums, their architecture, education and management. There is also a section of books about Vilnius. Part of the Reading Room is dedicated to the history of Lithuanian culture from the postwar period to the present days.
All books are for use in the MO Museum only. Access to the Reading Room is possible by purchasing a ticket for the MO Museum.
Can I visit the Museum with my pets?
We love pets, but we must respect the interests of allergic visitors. Therefore, be sure not to bring your pets inside the premises of the Museum.
Can I take photos and film at the Museum?
You are welcome to take photographs and film the exterior, interior, surrounding territory of the MO Museum’s building and its expositions free of charge (without using stands and flashes) only for personal purposes.
We want to organize a private event at the MO Museum. Is this possible and who should I contact?
MO Museum rents premises. Please write: email@example.com
I think I lost something at the MO Museum. Does the Museum have a lost&found box and where should I apply?
MO Museum temporarily stores found objects in the lost&found box. If you think that you have lost something at the Museum, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or +370 609 83764.
I want to join the MO volunteers. What should I do?
Great news! We are very excited and looking forward to seeing your. Please email us: email@example.com