Postcards from the Amber Museum

November 21, 2019 /  

The Amber Museum offers postcards that can be a nice gift or a memory of visiting our museum.

Amber jewelry by Dorota Cenecka, Tomasz Kargul or Jacek Baron, as well as sculptures decorated with amber sculptures by Jacek Sumeradzki and Mariusz Drapikowski, as well as objects by Herald and Eric Popkiewicz - these are just some of the exhibits from the Krakow Amber Museum and products offered in the Boruni museum gallery, which recently you can "buy" on specially prepared postcards.

"In recent years, amber products have become quite an expensive souvenir and not everyone visiting our museum in Krakow can afford even a ring or earrings with a small amber stone. However, we would like memories of visits to the museum to survive the idea of cards for as long as possible" - she explained Anna Napora, manager of the Amber Museum in Krakow.

They featured selected jewelry and exhibits that can be seen in the museum on a daily basis: amber jewelry by Dorota Cenecka, Tomasz Kargul, Jacek Baron, Maryna Lewicka-Wala and Eugeniusz Salwierz, objects by Tomasz Stajszczak and Herald and Eric Popkiewicz, as well as natural lumps of amber . Cards are to promote not only the museum itself, but also contemporary Polish amber art. The cost of such a souvenir is PLN 4 / EUR 1.

Visiting the exhibition Amber Museum

Adults and children with guardians can visit the Museum without prior reservation during the museum's opening hours. 

Admission is free.
It is possible to visit the Museum with a guide. Individuals and organized groups wishing to visit the Museum with a guide are kindly requested to make reservations in advance.

Fees for guided tours:

  • Groups up to 5 people - PLN 30
  • Groups of 5 to 10 people - PLN 50
  • Groups from 10 to 15 people - PLN 70
The maximum number of people in a group is 15. 
The time for visiting the Museum with a guide is about 40 minutes.
Telephone: +48 513 511 512

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