The museum presents an extensive collection of various amber gems. Visitors can see specimens caught from the sea, found in the fields, sea rocks with barnacles, characteristic specimens called drops or the so-called “horseman’s picks”. The largest nugget on display in the facility weighs as much as 1,776 grams.
The collections are exhibited in nine thematic rooms. Among them one may find a room devoted to inclusions (both animal and plant), a cinema room (where a 20-minute film is shown), an amber forest, a room with utility exhibits or one where you can see the biggest and most interesting specimens. The youngest tourists will most likely enjoy the workshop, where they can try their hand at amber processing (children can grind and polish the amber nuggets). The utility exhibits gathered here are even more interesting, e.g. various pendants, ornaments, rosaries, paintings or even pipes.