Harmoniously woven into the landscape of Vilnius Old Town, the mansion of the Umiastowski family reminds us of the greatness and downfalls of the city. All the way up until World War II, an active social elite life was happening in this mansion: from fancy balls to cultural sponsor meetings. The mansion was ravaged after the war and restored in 2011 by the personal initiative and funds of the Vilnius Club members. During the tour of the building, you are welcome to visit the inside of the Mansion, which is reminiscent of the cultural glory of Vilnius. Its current tenant – the Vilnius Club – gathers public figures devoted to culture and arts.