Visiting

 

Restauruoti grafų Tiškevičių rūmai Palangoje. Nuotr. T. Kapočiaus
Palanga Amber Museum. Photo by T. Kapočius

Address
17 Vytauto st, LT-00101, Palanga, Lithuania
(+370 460) 53501, (+370 460) 51319
gintaro.muziejus@lndm.lt

 

Opening times

September 1 – May 30:
Tuesday – Saturday 11.00–17.00
Sunday 11.00–16.00

June 1 – August 31:
Tuesday – Saturday 10.00–20.00
Sunday 10.00–19.00

 

Museum is closed on Mondays and public holidays.

On the eve of public holidays, the museum closes one hour earlier.

 

Admission charge

Admission charge – 4 €;
Pupils, students and OAPs – 2 €;
Children under 7, disabled, ICOM members – free

 

May 15 – September 15:

Adults – 6 €
Pupils, students and OAP – 3 €
Children under 7, disabled, ICOM members – free

Guided tours – 15 €

 

Concessions

 

 

Guided tours in the renovated Palanga Amber Museum for groups and individual visitors

 

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The tours are led in five languages: Lithuanian, Russian, English, Italian, French. Duration ~ 1 hour.

During the tour, the visitors are introduced to the history of the counts Tiškevičiai in whose mansion the Palanga Amber Museum is located and the renovated interiors are represented. On the second floor of the mansion the unique amber collections, inclusions and archeological findings take place where the properties and other secrets of the mystic stones are revealed…

 

Reservation for a guided tour:

Tel.: + 370 460 30 314, el. p. Jpaskeviciute@gmail.com (Lithuanian, English, Italian, French)
Tel.: + 370 460 30 326, el. p. giedre.mie@gmail.com (Lithuanian, Russian)

 

The prices (for group or individual visits):

Lithuanian – 10 €
Another language – 15 €

 

Educational services, by prior arrangement, phone no. (+370 460) 53501
Room hire for small events up to 60 persons, phone no. (+370 460) 53501

 

 

Balzac Café is open at the Palanga Amber Museum offering a cup of coffee or tea along with French desserts and snacks.

 

Guests can also immerse in authentic palace atmosphere and enjoy the view from the terrace to the Birutės park and rose garden, designed by French landscape architect Édouard André in the second half of the century.

 

Modified: 10/06/2021