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Small and beautiful gallery of amber works - even if you are familiar with such art in your home country it's worth visiting - we were amazed with the atmosphere of the place, it's unique decoration and beauty of jewellery....
After being recommended by a friend we booked a workshop in advance to shape and polish our own amber amulet. This was one of the highlights of our trip - the staff were fantastic and so informative and we have a wonderful handmade souvenir.
The place is small, but a very nice exhibition indeed. You enter for free, and are taken through the origin of Amber, with marvellous pieces on display. Amber in a variety of colours, sizes and shapes, as well as beautifully made art and jewellery from...More
If you haven't visited an amber museum anywhere yet then I highly recommend this one but in truth not really different from any of the others such as in Kaunas, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Warsaw or Krakow, interesting and well worth a visit for the first time.
The Amber Museum and Gallery were right by our hotel and the place we ended up going back to to purchase amber jewelry. The staff was amazing, and really new their stuff when it comes to Amber. The museum in the basement is incredible. It's...More
We had been told about this place when we were passing on our Ghost Tour one evening. We decided to pop in to take a look as we were aware you could see through microscopes the insects in the Amber. It is free to go...More
This might not be the top tourist destination but if you love amber jewelry like my wife does then it is a must see. It's free to visit and the employees explain all the history and details about the items on display. There are two...More
I had read somewhere here that this museum will teach you to recognise real amber. Not my experience. This is a museum that is free in (so can't complain), and has some nice exhibits downstairs. But it is quite small, and a large group arrived...More