Shoemaking used to be the second most popular craft after tailoring in interwar Lithuania. Want to get a closer look at this craft? Come to the museum – here you will have a great opportunity:

  • to learn how to make a comfortable, durable and stylish shoe by hand;
  • to see how the shoes used to be repaired and how to sew without a sewing machine;
  • try to make wooden nails, nail the sole of the shoe with them and sew the harness of the horse by hand.

All this and more will be told and demonstrated to You by shoemaker Justas Rimavičius this Sunday, from 1 PM to 4 PM in the interwar shoemaker exposition, in the museum town (behind the teahouse).