In the basement of the museum there is an old KGB prison with 19 cells, guard rooms, and torture rooms. In another room there is also an execution chamber. I couldn't even bring myself to fully enter the execution chamber, or look at artifacts from those who were killed. The prison and torture rooms were particularly disturbing. I'm not going to comment on that any more, because I'm not eloquent and there is no way I could put my feelings into the appropriate words.
If you're in Vilnius I suggest visiting the Museum of Genocide Victims for an understanding of Lithuanian history.
The Details: Admission to the museum costs 1.75 Euro and is open Wednesday through Saturday 10 am - 6 pm and Sunday 10 am - 5 pm. The museum is located on Auku g. 2 (off of Gedimino g).Follow my blog with Bloglovin