Palanga Amber Museum

Lithuanian Art Museum

Rare amber stone and jewellery specimens

Palanga Amber Museum is a subdivision of the Lithuanian Art Museum. It was established on August 3, 1963 in the former mansion of count Feliksas Tiskevicius (1870-1932).  In the course of 25 years a small exposition occupying 96 square meters and containing only 478 items has grown into an important center of amber collecting, studying and popularising. The exposition displayed in the 15 halls of the mansion (total area 750 square meters) acquaints visitors with the origin and processing traditions of amber.
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