Families with children
Ginučiai watermill is the only one out of six watermills in the park that has preserved its authentic equipment. It operated until 1968. Not only was flour produced here, but villagers also used the force of the rotating metal turbines to make electricity. In 1978, the National Park authority restored the mill - they rebuilt the walls and added a new roof. On the second floor, there is an exposition about bread making. The millers' apartments have been turned into accommodation for visitors.
Ginučiai Watermill exposition opened from May to September 30th from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Monday and Tuesday off. Price for adults - 1.2 €; for schoolchildren, students, pensioners, the disabled - 0.6 €; preschools - free of charge.
Tours for a group of up to 20 people - 10 € or € 1 per person for groups over 20 people.