The restaurant is established in the very heart of the Old Town. It is adorned with the flag and thistle of Scotland, and its tasteful and cosy interior reflects the Scottish spirit, as, in the 18th century, this building belonged to Scot James Grey.
Pelėdnagiai is a historic village near (4 km) Kėdainiai. The women of "Owl Village" will treat you with an owl egg cooked in ember or fireplace, as well as broth, cheese, carrot and apple pie, little carrot sandwiches, and acorn coffee from the Millennium Oak Forest of Lithuania.
You can book the following thematic lessons in the museum: "Paberžė and the 1863 Uprising", "Life after the 1863 Uprising", "Paberžė symbols - suns, chapel columns, roof columns, bowl stones", "1863 Uprising in Lithuania", "Memorable places of the 1863 Uprising".
It is a pond in Dotnuvėlė River valley which formed in 1968 after flooding the riverbed (23.6 km from the river estuary). Pond length is 3.2 km, width is up to 0.19 km. The average pond depth is around 1.8 m, the largest depth is 5.8 m. The swimming site is installed on the left bank of the pond, near Akademija Gymnasium. There is a changing cabin, maintained lawn and a sand beach.