There is no better location for a museum dedicated to the Baltics' most precious commodity, amber, than the country’s most famous seaside town, Nida. After all, these millenia-old fragments of resin, which so resemble solidified sunshine, were commonly collected on the shores of the Baltic Sea. In this extensive exposition, visitors will not only see the largest example of amber currently on display in Lithuania, they’ll also discover how this resin is formed via exciting and dynamic interactive displays and exhibits. Not only that, there’s also a truly comprehensive display of jewelry and artifacts fashioned from amber on show. For those planning to visit Nida, this is a must.