The museum contains the A. Žmuidzinavičius collection of sculptures and carvings of devils, and a collection of devils from the whole world.
The collection consists of around 3000 articles of arts and crafts, fine arts and souvenirs. The biggest part of the souvenir collection is comprised of sculptures of devils made of wood, glass, textile, porcelain and paper.Velniu Muziejus contains three floors, and a stunning array of devils in all shapes, sizes, colours and materials and hailing from all corners of the globe, is spread over them. The museum has a long-standing tradition: any visitors from foreign lands can bring their own native devil art to add to the collection, making for some interesting viewing.Of particular interest are the Hitler and Stalin devils, doing the dance of death over a helpless Lithuania. Dating from Soviet times, Stalin wasn't in fact depicted as a devil, he just happens to look that way.
Address: V. Putvinskio str. 64, Kaunas.