State Cultural Reserve of Kernavė, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, now has 18 archaeological, historical and cultural objects.
Visitors are requested to save and protect the cultural and natural properties and observe the Use and Visiting Rules of the State Cultural Reserve of Kernavė.
Visitors are requested to:
• protect the cultural heritage of the reserve;
• use the sites for leisure and to make fires carefully, leaving them in good order;
• respect the rights and interests of others.
Visitors are requested not to:
• climb and descend from the slopes of the hill-forts in any places other than those indicated;
• damage the signboards and the infrastructure;
• drive motor vehicles on the site;
• interfere with the work and excavations on the site;
• make fires and camp in other places than those indicated;
• cut down shrubs and trees.
• make noise or otherwise disturb the peace of visitors.
Photographing, filming and organisation of commercial events are permitted only under a contract with the Administration.
LET`S PROTECT OUR HERITAGE AND NATURE TOGETHER!