The exposition of Kėdainiai Regional Museum consists of 17 sections, spanning the history of Kėdainiai town and region from prehistorical times to 1991. The most important and attractive expositions are ‘Kėdainiai in the 16th-18th centuries’, ‘A set of furniture of horns from Apytalaukis manor’, ‘The crosses by Vincas Svirskis’, paintings by Aloyzas Stasiulevičius and ‘Kėdainiai region in a shadow of the swastika and the red star in 1940-1953’.
Expositions of the Museum:
- Archaeology of Kėdainiai Region
- Archaeology of Kėdainiai town
- Kėdainiai in the 16th–18th centuries
- Kėdainiai in the 19th century
- A room of furniture of horns from Apytalaukis manor
- The little sacral sculptures
- The crosses by Vincas Svirskis. The paintings of Aloyzas Stasiulevičius
- Traditional flax
- A cell of a monk
- Battles for Independence in 1918–1919
- Kėdainiai during the interwar period
- Nazi and Soviet occupations
- National communities in Kėdainiai
- Kėdainiai Honour Citizen, a winner of the Nobel Prize Czesław Miłosz
- Soviet deportation 1941-1952. Lithuanian partisans 1944–1953. Victims of the January 13th 1991
- Computer terminal ‘Kėdainiai region in the shade of the Swastika and the Red star 1940–1953’
In the Multicultural Centre of Kėdainiai Regional Museum, established in the former synagogue of the 19th century there are expositions about Kėdainiai Jewish community ‘The world, that’s gone’ and the Holocaust ‘Fellow citizens we’ve lost’. The expositions present exhibits of the Judaism, photographs, documents and family names of more than 1000 fellow citizens – Jews of Kėdainiai Region – murdered during the Holocaust in the World War II.
In the mausoleum of the Reformed Church visitors can see six unique sarcophaguses of the 17th century. The exposition established in the Church tells us about the Church founders, the Dukes Radziwills, burried in the mausoleum, restoration of the Church and the mausoleum after destruction during the Soviet period.
Exposition in the museum of wooden sculptures by Vytautas Ulevičius presents 84 works of the famous artist in Lithuania and abroad.
Exposition established in the museum of the 1863 uprising in Paberžė tells us about the uprising and manor of Paberžė. Visitors can also see a collection of kerosene lanterns and pieces of art about the uprising and Paberžė.