Krikštėnai manor has been mentioned since the 18th century, as the property of Duke Xavier Bogush. Subsequent owners were Vilnius Deputy Governor Bagnevskis and Julijonas Pac Pamerneckis. In the 19th century the manor acquired the Baroque style and passed to the owner of French origin - Ignas de Bondi, to whose family the manor belonged until 1940. The last owner of the manor, Eugenia Janušienė de Bondi, was killed by NKVD soldiers in 1941. After the war, the palace belonged to the Krikštėnai Soviet farm, was used as the office and library of the Soviet farm, and later abandoned. In 1994 the manor was returned to the de Bondi heirs, who sold it to the current owners.
Today, Krikštėnai manor has been revived, its unique style has been restored. The manor is located in a quiet and secluded place, in an exceptional wonderful combination of space and picturesque landscape, perfect for those who want to spend time in nature, without sacrificing the highest level of comfort and luxury.
Krikštėnai manor house is an ideal space for organizing occasional and cultural events, passive and active recreation, seminars. You can feel the spirit and elegance of old times, which are in harmony with modern aesthetics.