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Klaipėda, Palanga

Palanga Amber Museum

Vytauto g. 17
00135 Palanga

www.ldm.lt

JUNE 15, 2019 – Archaeology Day in PALANGA AMBER MUSEUM (branch of Lithuanian Art Museum)

The visitors are invited to discover the Museum‘s archaeological exhibition including the amber artefacts

17.00 Curonian jewellery – lecture by dr. Sigita Baguzaite-Talackiene
18.00 What is hidden under your feet? – archaeological excavation simulation workshop for families with children (>8 years old). Registration is required via email gintaro.muziejus@ldm.lt

*The event will be held in Lithuanian language

Demonstration

Archaeology Day (lecture and workshop)
JUNE 15, 2019 – Archaeology Day in Palanga Amber Museum (branch of Lithuanian Art Museum)

The visitors are invited to discover the Museum‘s archaeological exhibition including the amber artefacts

17.00 Curonian jewellery – lecture by dr. Sigita Baguzaite-Talackiene
18.00 What is hidden under your feet? – archaeological excavation simulation workshop for families with children (>8 years old). Registration is required via email gintaro.muziejus@ldm.lt

*The event will be held in Lithuanian language
* The lecture is free of charge; for those who wish to visit the museum exhibitions - entry ticket - 4 € per adults; workshop for children - 1 € per child

Free

Saturday 15 June
de 17:00 à 19:00

Children, Family, Adults

Accessibility

Mobility issues / wheelchair

Vilnius, Širvintų distr.

Valstybinis Kernavės kultūrinis rezervatas / State Cultural Reserve of Kernavė

Kerniaus 4a
LT-19172 Kernavė

www.kernave.org

Kernavė is the Lithuanian Troy. On the picturesque bank of Neris River, five hill-forts surround Pajauta Valley. People have settled and been buried here since time immemorial. Over an area of 194 hectares the surviving cultural properties, numerous archaeological finds and the landscape formed in the course of history testify to the cultures which have existed in the area for 11,000 years, since the Late Palaeolithic period (9th millennium BC) to this day. At times thriving, stagnant at others, life in the area never ground to a halt.

Guided tour

Ekskursija po rezervatą / Guided tour in the Archaeological Site
Lankytojų lauks apie 2 valandų kelionė į praeitį, aplankant didesnę dalį archeologinių paminklų Kernavės kultūriniame rezervate / A guided tour in the Site visiting most of the archaeological monuments

Free

Sunday 16 June de 15:00 à 17:00

Saturday 15 June
de 12:00 à 14:00

Children, Family, Adults, General public

Vilnius, Vilnius

The National Museum of Lithuania

Arsenalo g. 1 and Arsenalo g. 3
01143 Vilnius

www.lnm.lt

The archaeology collection of the National Museum of Lithuania is one of the oldest and richest in the museum and the largest in Lithuania. It contains more than 600 thousand archaeological finds dating from the 11th millennium B.C. to the 19th century. The collection consists of separate groups of exhibits distinguished according to periods and themes.
The earliest archaeological exhibits reached the museum from the collections of various benefactors of the Museum of Antiquities, as well as from scientific or amateur excavations conducted in the 19th and early 20th century.
National Museum of Lithuania participating in the Archaeology Days for a very first time.

Workshop

Educational class: Take part in excavations!
We invite you to take the archaeologist’s basic tools: shovels, a brush, a metal detector, make a drawing with a pencil, measure the height with a total station and a level, and perform many other intriguing tasks together with archaeologists.

Free

Saturday 15 June
de 12:00 à 18:00 (Activity will be held in the museum courtyard (Arsenalo g. 3))

Children, Family, Adults, General public

Workshop

Educational class of the Toy Museum
Finds from various periods and their analysis allow us not only to realize how and where people lived before us, but also to understand how ingenious and resourceful they were! The Toy Museum invites children to join in for fun reconstruction tasks.

Free

Saturday 15 June
de 16:00 à 18:00

Children, Family, Adults, General public, Schoolchildren

Demonstration

Conservation laboratory
Archaeologists conservators will tell the visitors about the inner workings of the conservation of archaeological finds. You will see how metal, ceramic, textile and leather artefacts are being conserved.

Free

Saturday 15 June
de 12:00 à 18:00 (Demonstrations will take place every half an hour: 12:00, 12:30, 13:00, 13:30, 14:00, 14:30, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30, 17:00, 17:30.)

Children, Family, Adults, General public

Demonstration

Became researcher
Researchers: archaeologists, archaeobotanists, zooarchaeologists and reconstruction specialists will present various finds bearing witness to the human past: metal artefacts, leather and ceramic ware, bone and flint tools. The laboratory researchers will demonstrate the subtleties of microscope work, the possibilities of laboratory analysis of wood and plant remains and animal bones, and the technique of flint splitting and production of flint artefacts.

Free

Saturday 15 June
de 12:00 à 18:00

Children, Family, Adults, General public

Lecture

Archaeological crime story: How were the remains of the rebels discovered?
Archaeologists of the National Museum of Lithuania have discovered the remains of twenty participants of the uprising of 1863–1864 on Gediminas Hill. Archaeologist Gytis Grižas invites you to hear the story how the research was conducted, how the rebels were identified and what the further prospects of the research are.

Free

Friday 14 June de 20:00 à 21:30

Adults, General public

Guided tour

Guided tours to the archaeology exhibition
The archaeology exhibition of the National Museum of Lithuania contains more than 4 thousand finds related to Lithuania’s prehistory and prehistoric population. Archaeologists giving guided tours will present unique exhibits of Baltic culture, amber artefacts, and the country’s development from the appearance of the first inhabitants to the formation of the Lithuanian state in the 13th century.

15:00 Amber in the Iron Age
16:00 Introducing the Iron Age through seven exhibits
17:00 Symbols in prehistory

Free

Friday 14 June de 15:00 à 16:00 (Amber in the Iron Age)

Friday 14 June de 16:00 à 17:00 (Introducing the Iron Age through seven exhibits)

Friday 14 June de 17:00 à 18:00 (Symbols in prehistory)

Family, Adults, General public

Discovery tour

Guided tours to the storages of archaeological finds and exhibits
It is a unique guided tour. The storage rooms of archaeological finds of the National Museum of Lithuania will be opened for the first time for preregistered visitors. The museum’s archaeologist will present the exhibits, the larger part of which have not been displayed for the public before.

Free

Friday 14 June de 15:30 à 16:30 et de 16:30 à 17:30 (Preregistration required (up to 15 people))

Adults, General public