In the reconstructed Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania there are two exhibition tour routes directly related to the historical functions of this residence.
The first tour will show the historical and architectural development of the palace by highlighting the ancient ruins still in place and the excavated artifacts as well as by using models and iconographic materials. The second tour route will bring the visitors into the ceremonial halls, which have been reconstructed in such a way as to show the evolution of architectural styles – from the late Gothic to the Renaissance to the early Baroque. The tour ends at the special Treasury Hall featuring the treasuries of the Grand Dukes and of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
When the reconstruction will be finished and new part of the building will start to operate, there will be equipped third and fourth tours. The third tour will be dedicated to the musical and everyday life of the palace, and will feature a multipurpose hall for concerts, plays, exhibits, and educational programs. The fourth tour will lead visitors through the temporary exhibition center, which will meet international standards for traveling exhibitions and will focus on exhibits dealing with European and Lithuanian material culture from the era of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. There will be public spaces for State ceremonial events, conferences and seminars, as well as educational programs. Visitor services will include a café-restaurant serving traditional national dishes and drinks, and wine cellar.