During the trip to the three Baltic countries, I saw all kinds of amber, with different colors and shapes. Compared with the street stalls and luxuriously decorated amber shops, there are many treasures in the Amber Museum, which is eye-opening. The Amber Museum in Vilnius is like a geological museum, with pictures explaining the formation, types, distribution, and identification of amber. There is a magnifying glass to observe the details of amber. Displayed in the basement, not big, free of tickets. On the ground is an amber shop with a wide variety of traditional ambers in honey color and light-colored beeswax. I asked many stores and explained that beeswax is a special kind of amber. In the past, pine oil dripped on the rocks and turned into thousands of years later. This shop should not sell artificial amber, but the price is relatively high.
There is a collection of various sizes, colors, and styles of amber, and visitors can also visit 15th century ceramics. As a characteristic of Lithuania and Eastern Europe, amber is also a very important specialty, and tourists can also buy it.
The art gallery is full of artistic atmosphere, the architectural style is simple, students who study art and friends who like art can visit it often
Very beautiful, many styles of goods, I like it very much
The area is small, and there are ambers of various shapes, sizes and colors.