The Rokiškis Manor House (the Regional Museum) was built in 1801 in the style of classicism under the design of an unknown architect. In 1905, the central building was rebuilt according to the architect K. Janovskis and P. Lilpopas project and acquired baroque elements. Since 1952 the Rokiškis Regional Museum has been located in the palace of the manor house, which has over 100 thousand exhibits.
In the museum you can get acquainted with the expositions in operation: the culture and history of Rokiškis Manor, the history of Rokiškis region from the earliest times. Exclusive place is the exposition of carvings unique in the diary of Lionginas Šepka (1907-1985). In the Rokiškis Regional Museum, the only one in Lithuania is the exposition of the Expeditions (Bethlehem) in Lithuania. There are about 100 hangers in it. Here you can find art exhibitions, plenaries, classical music concerts, literary evenings. In 2011, the Rokiškis Manor House was recognized as the most attractive tourist destination in Lithuania.