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This Palace located at the corner of Stradun ( main street) near Luza square now houses cultural history museum. It was once centre of government and official residence of Rector of Republic of Dubrovnik. There is admission ticket.
The Rector's Palace is situated on the eastern side of old Dubrovnik and we gained entrance via our Dubrovnik card.
This is a 15th century palace that houses many collections e.g. icons, old masters, coins, statues, antique furniture, weaponry etc. of historical exhibits (approx 10,000...More
The Rector was of paramount importance in Dubrovnik’s history, defending the independence of the city. The Palace holds many of the pivotal relics and pictures representing much of Dubrovnik’s history.
Myth has it that Orlando (aka Roland) was prominent in defending the city against the...More
As a historian, I was very disappointed on what was on display here, particularly in view of the hefty 100kuna (£12) entrance fee. All the rooms had a totally sterile, atmospheric-less feel to them. There was very little inside the rooms anyhow and what there...More
This was an interesting place to see and understand the history of the city. I learned a lot about the links with what are now other countries in the region. There were some very good artefacts in a range of rooms which move through time....More
Interesting little museum. went as part of the Dubrovnik pass. Some nice artefacts but could do with a little more explanation.
Good place to take a break from the crowds but wouldn't get the ticket on its own.
I guess I have been spoiled by Italy. I enjoyed this attraction, but did expect a little more in the way of things to see. It is a part of the "Dubrovnik Card's array of attractions so it was cool to be able to see....More
Not too many people go into this palace (entry ticket 15 Euros) but I found it very interesting. There are plenty of art, artifacts, historical documents and many other things on display. Excepting in the open areas of the palace, photography isn’t allowed, though you...More
The rectors palace is of interest to those who enjoy inspecting artefacts from days long gone. What was the highlight for me was the money boxes or treasure chests they used in the 15th and 16th century. The locking mechanisms are all hand crafted, but...More
This is an interesting museum, with a fascinating glimpse into the past. If you like old buildings and seeing the original furniture, furnishings, etc, then you should definitely check this place out. We got the combined ticket with other museums which keeps costs down.