The heritage of Lithuania minor: museums, historical Rambynas hill, a picturesque landscape of rivers and lakes.
Rambynas Regional Park was established in order to preserve the landscape of the lower stream valley of the Nemunas River, its nature and culture heritage values. Visitors are lured by a very special genius loci – or "spirit of place" – which casts a spell on all those who visit it.
The Rambynas hill was once the place of inspiration in Lithuania Minor. The prominent theosophist Vydūnas (1868–1953) and Martynas Jankus (1858–1946), the Patriarch of the Lithuanian National Revival, rest in the graveyard at the foot of the hill. The museum of Martynas Jankus in Bitėnai exposes visitors to some of the most intriguing chapters of the National Revival era.
The park is the home of several heathen mounds, romantic manor sites from the German Imperial era, a heritage townlet of Vilkyškiai, the unique 17-trunk tree of Norway spruce and the Lithuania's largest White Stork colony in Bitėnai. Experience all this and more!
Bitėnų km., Lumpėnų pšt.
LT-5764, Pagėgių sav.