"Ancient Sambia" is an archaeological open-air museum about the Viking on the territory of current Lithuania, Poland and Kaliningrad region neighbouring with the Curonian and Vistula lagoons. The local population in those days were Balts (Prussians and Curonians) and Scandinavians.
Visitors can get familiar with the traditional culture and way of life, with the costumes of the Baltic nations in the Viking Age, but also immerse themselves in the Old Norse atmosphere. on the territory of current Lithuania, Poland and Kaliningrad region neighboring with Curonian and Vistula lagoons. The Vikings and their fighting friends tell their secrets, teach rites of initiation into warriorship and visitors can try their hand in amber processing, the manufacture of weapons and shooting bow and arrow.
Ancient Sambia (Древняя Самбия) is a place to test the strength and agility and feel adventure. Here you can briefly go back to the harsh Viking Age, in tune with the violent temper of the Baltic wind, cunning sea elements and secrets of the Curonian forests.
In addition, in the territory of the museum complex one can visit the trail of sensations. This is an unusual way to explore the landscape of the Curonian Spit. To do this, visitors must remove their shoes and walk with their eyes closed on the variety of reliefs of the Curonian Spit.