House of Amber / Copenhagen Amber Museum, Copenhagen

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  • The Amber Museum, located above an amber jewelry shop, had very nicely labeled displays to teach about the origins of amber, where it is found, and how it looks in its natural state when people find i...  more »
  • Amber is sold throughout the Baltic. This little museum will get you up to speed on where amber comes from, how it is gathered, and how it becomes jewelry. You enter the museum through an amber jewelr...  more »
  • Doesn't take much time and the museum is located on two floors over the shop which is filled with very tempting jewellery pieces. I didn't realise that amber is formed from tree resin until visiting h...  more »
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  • The museum above was really interesting history on the building and Amber export in Denmark. The shop below had lots of beautiful items for sale.
  • Interesting, when you think you are looking at something produced "x number", million years ago, and what size of tree it took to produce The Largest piece in the world The museum is situated in a lovely part of the city
  • Small but interesting collection. Only about 10-15 mins but worth a visit if you already have a Copenhagen card and are passing.
  • Small museum, unfriendly staff, more interested to sell you amber than help you, forget about giving you more information.
  • It´s a tiny, but very interesting museum! There were some opening days with free entrance in February and we had the chance to see the massive collection of amber they have. It was great to observe how many insects were trapped in amber!