Written sources mention Vaidotai since 14th century. It is thought that Vaidotai received its name from one of the sons of Duke Kęstutis – Vaidotas. In the 19th century, counts Łęski discovered Vaidotai and here, in Baltoji Vokė, built a mansion. Couple of kilometers distance separates Vaidotai from Baltoji Vokė. Baltoji Vokė mansion style is historicism; smithy, servants’ quarters and barn operated near it. In 1962, Agro-Zoo-Technology Institute was transferred from Buivydiškės to Baltoji Vokė. In 1989, the Technology Institute’s community organized the first winter games of Lithuanian Poles. As time passed, Agro-Zoo-Technology Institute became the Higher School of Vilnius; currently, it is Vilnius Technologies, Business and Agriculture School.