Europos Parkas is highlighted as Destination Art by art researcher Amy Dempsey. In 2005, the UK daily The Independent listed Europos Parkas as one of the fifty best sites for visual arts in Europe. In 2000, the Guinness World Records agency has recognised the televisions sculpture at Europos Parkas to be the world’s largest of its kind. In 2006, the National Advancement Prize was awarded to Gintaras Karosas for establishing the open-air museum Europos Parkas. In 2008, the Government of the Republic of Lithuania accepted the activities of the museum as the project of state significance.
In 2017 The Telegraph (Great Britain) starts the list of 16 reasons why Lithuania should be your next holiday destination with Europos Parkas.