Address: Vytauto str. 17, Palanga. Tel. +37046053501, +37046030314, +37046051319.
Book an excursion in advance by calling +3704603030314, +3704603026.


Palanga Amber Museum

From April 24th 2015 Palanga Amber Museum invites visitors
to the restored manor house of Counts Tiškevičiai

Virtual tour>

April 26th – December 1st 2015 Exhibition "The Radiance".
Retrospective Exhibition of Feliksas Daukantas


        Photos by T. Kapočius     

17 Vytauto Str, LT-
00101 Palanga.
Tel.: (+370 460) 51319, (+370 460) 53501.

The Palanga Amber Museum was established on August 3, 1963. It is housed on the estate of Count Feliksas Tiskevicius. The exposition of Palanga Amber Museum takes up 15 rooms. About 4500 exhibit pieces are found here.
The Museum is becoming famous for its traditional cultural events. For more than 30 summers now the terrace has been home to the Night Serenade concerts. Interesting cultural events and meetings with artists take place in the Fireplace Hall of the estate.

Opening hours

September to May:
Tuesday to Saturday 11.00–17.00.
Sunday – 11.00–16.00.
National Holiday Eve – opening hours are shortened for one hour.
June to August:
Tuesday to Saturday 10.00–20.00.
Sunday – 11.00–19.00.
National Holiday Eve – opening hours are shortened for one hour.

Admission charge
Admission charge –  4 €
Pupil/student/OAP –  2 €
Child under 7, disabled, ICOM member – free
Baby nursing & changing room
Parking only for disabled

For disabled
WC, lift, two
parking places.

Guided tours by arrangement on phone +370 460 30314
, e-mail:
Room hire for small events up to 60 persons. Tel. (+370 36) 53501.
New! Now you can tour at Palanga Amber Museum on your smart-phone or tablet. Just download a mobile application „izi.TRAVEL“ and start your audioguide tour at Palanga Amber Museum! More information -->

Guided tours by arrangement
Tel.: +370
460 30314, +370 460 30326

        Photos by T. Kapočius

Palanga Botanical Park
15 Vytauto Str.
LT-00101 Palanga
Tel.: (+370-460) 49270, 49271


This landscaped garden is one of the prettiest, best-preserved, and best-kept parks in Lithuania's coastal region. In 1897 Count Felix Tiskevicius founded this park around the palace built the same year. The park was designed by the famous French landscape architect and botanist Édouard François André‚ (18401911), who spent three summers in Palanga with his son Ren Eduard Andr (18671942) supervising the park's construction. They were assisted by the Belgian gardener Buyssen de Coulon.


Gallery "R.SAVICKO" – S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno 13, Palanga;
Gallery "NAMELIS" – Vytauto 23, Palanga;
Souvenirs shop "DOVANOS" – Vytauto 57, Vytauto 78, Palanga;
Linen "LINOMEDA" – Kęstučio g. 9, Palanga;
Art showroom "MOSTAS" – Vytauto 61, Palanga;
Oriental shop "MAZOJI INDIJA " – J. Basanavičiaus l0, Palanga.


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   © Information Centre of Samogitian Cultural Association