This is the only place of its kind in Lithuania, and it is in the Tytuvenai regional park. You will spot many interesting rocks, and the aim is to tell visitors about the zones of rock that were made by glaciers, as well as the historical, cultural and mythical importance of rocks. You will see copies of various mythological rocks, as well as stone sculptures produced by artists. You will also learn how people have used rocks for various purposes. Educational stands offer information about the appearance of rocks, the types of rocks that exist, the Ice Age, and the appearance of the zone of rocks. Sculptural compositions and installations are the most interesting things along the cognitive path. You will find marked rocks by Kęstutis Musteika, a sculpture by Kazys Venclovas, “Svarelis”, a composition by Jonas Gencevičius, “Objects of the Earth”, “Mechanisms” by Gintaras Mikolaitis and other artworks.