If amber is not so interesting to you, it is OK, and maybe a little more interesting than you thought.
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We were advised to visit the Amber Museum and we were not disappointed. Interesting display about Amber and most of the information appeared in English as well as Lithuanian. Museum set in an attractive stately home in a very pleasant park. Small entrance fees was...More
a lovely stroll through the park to this lovely museum,but please note it is closed on mondays,it is very clean and bright,and a great display of amber,as well as the house
The Amber Museum very unique, because has the biggest ambers of the world! Some of them more than 2 kg, other has insects inside from thousands years ago! The Museum building very unique with interesting history. Around Museum is special park. With different kinds of...More
This museum is located inside the Palangos Birutes Parkas. To enter the park you don't have to pay, only if you want to visit the museum. On the first floor you can see antique furniture and on the second floor is located the exhibition of...More
This is nowhere nearly as expensive as a similar attraction would be back home. I think this was only around £2 each for entry. It is such a stunning location too, with beautiful presentations of amber in all its glory. I would highly recommend going...More
We came here by bikes, which was great with kids. The museum was nice for all of us and we enjoyed the history of amber and the palace. You can also buy nice jewelry here.