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In this Museum you will find the historical and scientific data on the time of the creation of amber, the animals and vegetation of that era that were fossilized in the amber, and everything concerning the formation and the characteristics of this...more
Almost all the visits of the historical zone end up in this museum that is no more than a shop selling amber and semi precious stones. You can see the building from the outside that is more interesting ...
I'm a big ol' nerd, so this was right up my alley. Everything you ever wanted to know about amber and all the critters, leaves, and the like trapped inside all under one roof! It's a guided tour, but we didn't feel rushed or hurried...More
I cannot believe that I have never made it upstairs to actually view the museum area. I am always in a hurry when I visit family in the Dominican Republic, so I just focus on buying Larimar jewelry, which the owners are experts in. My...More
I have purchased amber jewelry around the world so have a biased interest. This is a little second floor museum but has some very interesting and imposing displays.
Some of the finest and largest amber specimens I have seen anywhere including the Smithsonian's Museum of...More
Brunilda was our guide to this little gem in Santo Domingo. Speaking not only Spanish but English and German on top, she guided us through the museum, pointing out details and making it a very pleasant tour for not only me and my husband but...More
The Amber Museum is located in a beautifully restored 16th century colonial home, very well preserved.
The tour guide is very knowledgeable, friendly and glides you through the rooms as he explains everything about amber, the resin, the colors, the process and the fossils !!...More