Visit the Lithuanian Sea Museum
The Lithuanian Sea Museum is situated at the northernmost tip of the Curonian Spit, across the water from central Klaipeda. Its key attraction is a dolphinarium, where you can see shows starring Black Sea bottlenose dolphins, Baltic seals and Steller sea lions – the shows are held in an annexed building and require separate tickets. In the main building, underwater walkways pass through tanks of psychedelic coral, brightly-coloured fish and spooky-looking crustaceans. There’s a small on-site cafe for refreshments.