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The castle is located in a magnificent park that is worth a visit on its own. The building has been completely restored in its old glory and contains the most extended collection of amber I has seen. We visited with a guide and found it...More
The museum is located in the park and as such convenient to pay a visit when in the neighbourhood. It has an enormous collection of paintings and amber pieces of history. Nice to visit with kids to learn about the history and see the different...More
The museum is housed in the 19th century neoclassical mansion of one Count Feliksas Tiskevicius. The mansion is surrounded by a Rose Garden at rear, and in front, a classic formal garden. It allegedly houses 30,000 pieces of amber. The rooms of the mansion are...More
Really interesting sight! A lot to see; beautiful garden, the manor is also beautiful inside. There are also paintings, furniture from 18th century and a collection of different amber pieces insects, flowers etc. inside which you can watch with magnifier. You can also see old...More
Lovely building, and even nicer staff. I wanted to buy an specific item and they tried really hard to help me. Amber isn't the impressive thing itself. It was the palace forniture and decoration what I enjoyed the most. Great place to visit
The amber museum contains a wide range of items. Very interesting. Reasonable entry fee. Good level of interpretation (inc English). Some archeological artefacts as well as jewellry, raw and processed amber but most contents relate to amber's creation, distribution, collection and so forth. Over 30,000...More
This beautiful mansion has been turned into a comprehensive amber museum. There are exhibits of flora and fauna inclusions such as a lizard trapped in amber. You can also admire exquisite amber jewelry. Take time to admire the lovely gardens.
A very interesting place, telling the visitors about the hidden past in the shape of amber.
Something could be better exhibited, but as visitor you are better equipped with knowledge about Palanga as the biggest place of amber in the world-
The grounds here, park, lake are quite beautiful. And from the outside the Palace is also beautiful.
The first floor is the interior of the Palace, and is mostly recreated with badly made reconstructions of period pieces. Very odd looking, and so poorly made when...More