The homeland Museum was founded in 1991. The Museum runs in the restored Darius parents’ homestead. The expositions are set in both the living house and the barn. A symbolic granitic compass on the land has been exhibited in the Memorial Park since 2007. From the accurate azimuth of its centre the trees are planted, which mark the main directions towards St. Darius’ places of residence. The compass is designed on the prototype of the former compass, which was on the plane “Lituanica”.