The most interesting stones, which even have names, settle here. This is a whole showcase of huge beautiful nuggets - a kilo of two or three each. You will be told the whole history of the amber industry, where layers of history are kept. Excursions in the exhibition hall are held every hour from 10-00.
This castle will surely attract history lovers. Plunge into the past of the region, get acquainted with interior items and see amazing collections of amber, unique exhibits, interior items of different times, medieval casemates and much more. The fireplace hall of "Amber Castle" often hosts creative evenings, author's exhibitions of famous artists, concerts of bard and chamber music and even amber auctions. The calendar of events can be found at [official website](http://amber-castle-amber.ru).
After the excursions it is time to take a walk in the famous park, which is a historical monument, a pearl and one of the most visited places in the village.
Before we continue our acquaintance with Svetlogorsk, we should stop for lunch. And what could be better than to enjoy the views of the coast and seafood dishes while sitting in a cozy restaurant?
The park is located in a wooded area. It is a large entertainment complex for family holidays with many themed areas. There are many interesting exhibits that reflect the history of the Baltic coast landscape formation. And if you're traveling with children, they're likely to be attracted to dinosaurs lurking among tall trees.
The museum house is dedicated to the life and work of Hermann Brahert, one of the most prominent German sculptors of the first half of the XX century. The museum is located in a picturesque place on the Baltic Sea coast. There are many personal belongings and exhibits related to the development of the sculptor's creative path.
The historic building, decorated with a fantastic sun clock, twined vine and more like a fairytale castle, was and still is in fact a city hydropathic hospital. The tower, built in 1908 to a design by Otto Walter Kukkuk, used to supply water to the entire city! Today, the bizarre tower is not used for its intended purpose, but it does not cease to attract travelers and remains a visiting card of the city.
A truly amazing temple that combines the exterior of a Lutheran church with traditional Orthodox interior decoration. Do the silhouettes of the building seem vaguely familiar? It's not surprising, because Kukkuk, the author of the city water tower, put his hand to the construction. The Kirch was built in the early XX century with donations from local residents, in Soviet times was given to the gym, and in 1992, already by the forces of Orthodox believers was restored and consecrated as a church in honor of St. Seraphim of Sarov.
Large portions of traditional Italian dishes, a cozy room, pleasant service, children's playrooms and even sports broadcasts - all this you will find in this cozy pizzeria.
A wonderful and lullaby night awaits you on the Baltic Sea coast. Rest and sleep before tomorrow's no less exciting journey.