Renavas Manor is an ensemble that has flourished since the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century in Samogitia, representing the culture of manors of that period in Lithuania.
Renavas manor complex consists of the Palace, five surviving manor outbuildings in the representative yard, parterre park, landscape park, river Varduva valley, gardens.
Manor's territory about 50 hectares is surrounded by the Varduva Landscape Reserve, close to three 13th century mounds and the Baltic ancient cemetery place.
Renavas manor is a popular tourist destination, the Palace houses a museum with a rich exposition of manor interiors. The manor hosts concerts, performances, exhibitions, educations, historical walking tours and various other events.
European archaeology days in Lithuania. The finds tell a story
12.00 Historical finds of the Samogitian region. Presentation by Director of the Akmene History Museum.
12.45 Lecture "Researcher‘s discoveries - only for the patient". Presentation of the Metal Detector User‘s Club „MINK". They will share their experience, knowledge in archeological researches, will demonstrate metal detectors and show the specifics of working with them, will tell about responsible metal detection, not to damage historical researches and protected historical-archeological sites.
13.45 Research laboratory "Discover and recognize". During the practical session, the Club „MINK" members will show to participants how to use metal detectors in practice - they will need to find a pre-hidden "treasure" and try to identify it.
Sunday 20 June de 12:00 à 16:30
Children, Family, Adults, General public, SchoolchildrenAccessibility
Mobility issues / wheelchair