Books published by the museum
Microworld of Amber. Palaeosystematics. Part one.
A.Manukian, published 2019, 54 pages
A.Manukian. Microworld of Amber. Palaeosystematics. Part one. / a.Manukian ; Kaliningrad Regional Amber Museum. – Kaliningrad, 2019. – 54 p. : il.
"Sun in the Palms"
The book tells about the origin, extraction, and processing of amber, it allows to make knowledge about Baltic amber accessible for partially sighted and visually impaired children in the Kaliningrad oblast and other regions of the Russian Federation.
«Янтарь в истории медицины»
published 2018, 305 pages
Янтарь в истории медицины : материалы международной научной конференции / под ред. И.А. Поляковой, Т.Ю. Суворовой ; Калининградский областной музей янтаря. — Калининград, 2016. — 304 с.,  ил.
Fifth version. Diappeared treasure. Search. Fact...
The book is dedicated to the search of the famous Amber Room and other cultural values stolen by fascists during the Second World War. The reedition is timed to the 90th anniversary of Yurii Ivanov (1928–1994), Kaliningrad writer and public figure.
Third All-Russian Contest of Jewellery and Stone...
published 2018, 234 pages
There are around 600 works by jewellery artists from 13 Russians regions in the catalogue. Texts of reports from the academic seminar, which was held within the plan of events of the contest, are published in the book.
"Collection in the Space of Culture"
published 2018, 117 pages
This book contains the abstracts of the papers which were presented at the international conference devoted to the building, preservation, studying, and displaying of collections. Topical questions concerning the history of collections and collecting, as well as the most important contemporary problems of collections and collectibles are considered.
Alatyr 2017 : catalogue of the Seventh International Biennial of Amber Artworks. 30.06 – 3.09.2017 / comp. and ed. by T.Ju.Makeeva ; Kaliningrad Regional Amber Museum. – Kaliningrad, 2019. – 194 p.: il.
"Amber History Milestones"
published 2016, 108 pages
Works of Kaliningrad artists are presented in the catalog of the Seventh Regional Biennial of Amber Artworks "Amber History Milestones", which took place at the Amber Museum in 2016.
"Microworld of Amber. Paleobiocenology"
published 2016, 48 pages
"Amber" cenosis is described as a cohesive organism, where each of its member has his own role in the cycle of matter and energy. Producer of the Baltic amber is considered as the major biological body. A short summary on the history of the study of biological inclusions in the Baltic amber is given.
"Violet Street…from Paris to Kaliningrad"
published 2016, 32 pages
Works of French jewellery artists are presented in the catalog of the exhibition "Violet Street...from Paris to Kaliningrad", which took place from 10 September to 30 October 2016 at the Amber Museum.
published 2015, 234 pages
There are works of artists from 11 countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Spain, are presented in the catalog of the Sixth International Biennial of Amber Artworks "Alatyr 2015".
published 2014, 240 pages
Catalog of the Fifth International Biennial of Amber Artworks "Alatyr 2013" presents works of artists from nine countries: Denmark, France, Germany, the Great Britain, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal and Russia.
published 2014, 144 pages
Catalog of the exhibition "Vintage Spring" presents photographs of jewellery pieces that were exposed in the Amber Museum, as well as materials which are result of collector's research.
"Inclusions by Igor Pashchenko"
published 2014, 64 pages
In 2009, in the Kaliningrad Amber Museum the exhibition "Inclusions by Igor Pashchenko" was held, in 2014 – catalog of this exhibition is published, enlarged with works of the later time.
"Once more about Paris... impressions of an artist"
published 2014, 108 pages
Works by Kaliningrad artists are presented in the catalogue of the Sixth Regional Biennial of Amber Artworks "Once more about Paris... Impressions of an artist", which took place in 2014 in the Amber Museum.