The Struvė Geodetic Arc Gireišiai Point is the only UNESCO protected 19th century science and history monument in the north-eastern part of Lithuania. The arc continues through 10 European countries, and 3 points are included in the description of the monument registry in Lithuania (the other 2 are near Vilnius). In Gireišiai, the infrastructure for recreation is arranged and the local community regularly organizes campaigns that involve travelers. In the town of Panemunė you will visit the museum-craft center of the priest, the educator and bookseller J. Katelė. The Tunaičiai ethnographic homestead-museum is waiting for visitors in Šetekšnai village. A wide range of keystones, watches, household ceramics and furniture, laces, home textiles, radio receivers, and more; in the old farmhouses there are cozy spaces for celebrations and overnight accommodations. The next road leads to the estate of the Salos estate. Excursions around the palace and park, rafting along lake Dviragis, and community art crafts VYTA (drawing on the water) program. Few kilometers further there is a farmstead of a farmer and an artist Birutė Kairienė which invites you to a cognitive program on a mini-farm for birds and horses. There is a town nearby which is called Kamajai in which the priest and the poet Antanas Strazdas (Strazdelis) is commemorated. The route extends towards Moškėnai (Laukupėnai) mound with the settlement, 1000 BCE – 1000 CE, which occupies an area of 5 hectares. The researchers found that the mound was rebuilt at least once. The stone remains and various historical items were found. The mound is adapted to visitors, it has an infrastructure for relaxation. Outside the village of Kazliškis there is workshop of the pedagogue and craftsman Daiva Čiučlienė. She shares her interesting hobby and has prepared an educational program – outdoor vases made out of branches, which are suitable for decorating various accessions of dwelling houses and institutions. Further down the route you are invited to visit the woodcarving Venecijus’s and ethnographic artist Eglė’s philosophical living and creative space. Visitors are invited to the outdoor gallery of sculptures. The author of the gallery – woodcarver Venecijus Jočys. The documentary “Venice’s Life and Caesar’s Death” (directed by Janina Lapinskaitė) was created on the depths of this master’s life and work. The philosophy of the life of the ancient Baltic tribes is shared by the wife of Venicijus – Eglė Samulytė (educational program about the influences of Baltic tribes strength, signs of successes and failures, the power of Baltic tribes jewelry).