Since ancient times, St John’s Day has been celebrated on the Hill of Witches, which was formerly known as the Hill of John and Eve. Currently, one can see a unique open-air exposition, while following the hill’s trail. 71 sculptures were made from oak by Lithuanian (mostly, Samogitian) folk artists (wood carvers) who gathered in Juodkrantė in the summers between 1979 and 1981. The theme of the sculptures on the old hill is the world inhabited by witches, devils and heroes of Lithuanian fairy tales and Neringa’s legends. In the summer of 1988, the sculptors created 12 more sculptures for the ensemble, mostly of a playful nature, e.g. swings, roller coasters and chairs. Between 1999 and 2002, during the symposium, called The Hill of Witches, new sculptures were introduced to the exposition, while the old ones were renovated.