One of the best ways to delve into Dubrovnik's history and art is by visiting its fascinating museums. Let's embark on a journey to explore the captivating museums that await you in this enchanting city.
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Situated in the elegant St. John's Fortress, the Maritime Museum delves into Dubrovnik's seafaring heritage. Discover the city's maritime achievements, from shipbuilding and navigation to trade and exploration. The museum showcases nautical instruments, ship models, and fascinating artifacts.
The ticket price is 15 € for adults, 8 € for schoolchildren and students. Address: Dubrovačke Gradske Zidine, Ul. kneza Damjana Jude 12, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: Monday and Tuesday from 9 AM–6 PM, Wednesday is closed, Thursday till Sunday 9 AM–6 PM.
Housed within ancient granaries, the Ethnographic Museum Rupe offers a glimpse into Dubrovnik's traditional way of life. Explore the exhibits that display local handicrafts, traditional costumes, and everyday objects and gain insights into the region's rural traditions.
The ticket price is 20 € for individuals and 8 € for schoolchildren and students. Address: Ul. od Rupa 3, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: Monday from 9 AM–6 PM, Tuesday is closed, Wednesday till Sunday from 9 AM–6 PM.
The Archeological Museum Dubrovnik is a must-visit for history enthusiasts. Explore ancient artifacts dating back to prehistoric times, including Roman glassware and medieval objects.
The ticket price is 20 € for individuals and 8 € for pupils and students. Address: Ul. Svetog Dominika, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: Monday and Tuesday from 9 AM–6 PM, Wednesday is closed, Thursday till Sunday 9 AM–6 PM.
The Love Stories Museum in Dubrovnik celebrates love through captivating exhibits and interactive displays. Explore a collection of love stories from various cultures and time periods, and be inspired by their enduring power. You can even share your own love stories and immerse yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of romance.
The ticket price is from 9 € for adults. Address: Ul. od Tabakarije 2, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: All days in a week from 10 AM–7 PM.
If you're a nature lover, the Dubrovnik Natural History Museum is a must-visit. Discover the diverse flora and fauna of the region through interactive displays, taxidermy exhibits, and educational programs. Learn about Dubrovnik's ecosystems, geological formations, and the conservation efforts being made to protect the natural heritage of the area.
The ticket price is 20 € for individuals and 8 € for schoolchildren and students. Address: Androvićeva ul. 1, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: From Monday till Friday 10 AM–5PM, Saturday from 10AM-2PM, Sunday is closed.
For a unique perspective on Croatia's recent history, visit the Red History Museum. This interactive museum offers insights into life during the socialist era of Yugoslavia. Engage with immersive exhibits and personal stories that shed light on the country's political and social landscape during that time.
The ticket price is 9 € for adults. Address: Ul. Svetog Križa 3, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: All days in a week from 10 AM–8 PM.
For a history experience, head to the War Photo Limited museum. Through powerful visual storytelling, this museum exhibits photographs that capture the impact of war and conflict on people's lives. The thought-provoking exhibitions aim to raise awareness and promote peace.
The ticket price is around 7.50 € for adults and around 6 € for students Address: Antuninska ul. 6, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: All days in a week from 10 AM–10PM.
The Cultural-Historical Museum in Dubrovnik's Rector's Palace takes you on a captivating journey through the city's history. Explore ancient artifacts from ancient Roman times to the Renaissance, the opulent Rector's apartment, and a treasury of precious objects. Don't miss the temporary exhibitions and educational programs as well. Perfect for history and art lovers!
The ticket price is 20 € for adults and around 8 € for schoolchildren and students Address: Ribarnica ul. 1, 20000, Dubrovnik Working Hours: All days in a week from 9 AM–6PM.
Each museum offers a unique perspective, allowing you to delve into the history, art, traditions, and natural beauty of this enchanting destination. So, plan your visit to Dubrovnik and embark on an enriching journey through its captivating museums.
For visiting other museums in Dalmatia, check our other blog - Top 8 Museums in Dalmatia You Should Visit.
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