Ceramicist Vytautas Valiušis, now titled as the first king of the independent Lithuanian potters, founded a ceramics museum in 2001. The museum exhibits about 700 authentic ancient pottery items, which differ in form, function, production technique and decoration. New exhibits of ceramic and ethnography are on display. Ceramic museum has three modern workshop facilities, one of them is for plastic pottery education, the second is for throwing pottery and the third is for ceramic furnace. Educational workshop has five places for education and demonstration. Visitors can try their hand at the pottery wheel and make pots.