Objects

The Fence and Gates of the New Kretinga Parish Cemetery (II Old Cemetery)
The chapel and mausoleum of the Tiškevičius family, the fence around the cemetery, and the southern and northern gates can be found in the new cemetery (II old cemetery) of the Kretinga parish, on...
The Kretinga Manor Winter Garden
Ca. 1875, Count Juozapas Tiškevičius had an idea to merge the two separate buildings of the Kretinga Manor by means of a conservatory, where he eventually set up the Winter Garden. The observatory...
The Kretinga Manor Watermill
In 1672, when Kazimieras Jonas Povilas Sapiega was ruling the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, an inventory list for the manor was compiled. It noted all of the objects that were present in the manor, the a...
The Kretinga Manor Housekeeper's Home
The Housekeeper's Home was built some time between the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, during the rule of Count Zubovas. It is believed that the family of Count Zubovas...
The Kretinga Manor Greenhouse
The Tiškevičius family is responsible for the expansion of the greenhouse farms. Unfortunately, only one greenhouse remains, which is the structure at the crossroads near the Tiškevičius Manor A...
The Kretinga Manor Mansion
The mansion of the Kretinga Manor was constructed sometime in the 16th century by Kęsgaila, the elder of Samogitia. The manor was later owned and controlled by the Chodkevičius, Sapiega, Masalskis,...
The City Hall
The central city square was built in the beginning of the 17th century, when the city of Kretinga was still shaping. It was the primary location of various citizen gatherings, marketplaces and flea a...
The Kretinga Orthodox Church of St. Vladimir
Priest Vladimiras Jurevičius took initiative and organised the construction of the church in 1875. The project for the brick church was approved in 1870 and the author was architect Samoilovas. The...
Monument to Jonas Karolis Chodkevičius
Jonas Karolis Chodkevičius (1560-1621) was a hetman of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, a voivode, and the founder of the Kretinga city, church, and monastery. The monument to Jonas Karolis stands in...
The Monument, Commemorating Ten Years of Lithuania's Independence in Kretinga (The Freedom Monument)
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the re-establishment of independence of the Republic of Lithuania, monuments were built in all of the cities and towns of Lithuania. Kretinga was no exception:...
The Kretinga Evangelical Lutheran Church
Ca. 1851, the Evangelical Lutheran community of Kretinga purchased a two floor brick building in the centre of the city. More specifically, it lies at the south-eastern corner of the City Hall The at...
City Hall Square
When the construction of the city of Karlstad (Kretinga) was started in the 17th century, a marketplace and the magistrate's house, also known as the city hall, were designed and constructed in the a...
The Kretinga Manor Park Ponds (III)
There are 3 ponds that remain in the Kretinga Manor Park. They are located within an 8 acre plot of land, in the valley of the Dupultis River. During Count Tiškevičius' reign, three cascade-like A...
The Kretinga Manor Park Ponds (II)
There are 3 ponds that remain in the Kretinga Manor Park. They are located within an 8 acre plot of land, in the valley of the Dupultis River. During Count Tiškevičius' reign, three cascade-like A...
The Kretinga Manor Park Ponds (I)
There are 3 ponds that remain in the Kretinga Manor Park. They are located within an 8 acre plot of land, in the valley of the Dupultis River. During Count Tiškevičius' reign, three cascade-like a...
The Kretinga Manor Park Fountains (III)
From 1875 until 1880, the owner of the Kretinga Manor, Count Juozapas Tiškevičius, took initiative and organised the construction of 5 park fountains. The park was divided by arch-shaped linden in...
The Kretinga Manor Park Fountains (II)
From 1875 until 1880, the owner of the Kretinga Manor, Count Juozapas Tiškevičius, took initiative and organised the construction of 5 park fountains. The park was divided by arch-shaped linden in...
The Kretinga Manor Park Fountains (I)
From 1875 until 1880, the owner of the Kretinga Manor, Count Juozapas Tiškevičius, took initiative and organised the construction of 5 park fountains. The park was divided by arch-shaped linden in...
The Padvariai Village Cross
In 1990, a wooden cross was placed at the foot of the lookout point in the territory of the Kretinga Manor. It commemorates the oppression of the inhabitants of the Padvariai village inhabitants of a...
The Kretinga (Padvariai village) Basin Stone
At the moment, the Kretinga (Padvariai village) Basin Stone, also referred to as the Altar, stands in the courtyard in front of the Kretinga Museum Manor. It is a dark pink granite boulder with 1939,...