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Is a small museum... but has a good collection of guns, letters, pictures and artillery.
The entrance is 60 kunas that ticket is valid as well for the parking.
The outdoors museum is beautiful.
I’m a bit croat and I had found this place very...More
Very interesting, exterior display of equipment, some of which was fabricated by the Croats. Not often you see tractors turned in personnel carriers or armored recon vehicles. A Sherman and other WW2 vintage equipment.
The interior has a nice time line of events, and shows...More
Went there as a family, and I have to say that they really did a fantastic job. It’s not a big museum, but if you take the time to read through everything, it will take you an hour or more. They used the latest technology,...More
Museum is still not open as of March 2019, although progress from previous posts has been made. Wouldn’t say it is worth a stop unless you are interested in war-related vehicles - tanks, planes - until the museum building is open.
Its a quick stop over on the way to Rastoke waterfalls and the Plitvice National Park. Its collection of military vehicles and aircraft and also some detailed history of the homeland war for independance in a collection of pictures. Free parking and a nearby cafe.
Very nice collection of military vehicles on display on grounds. Very easy going, stop in. take a walk through the collection. Very interested to see if the actual building under renovation becomes a part of this war museum.
Congratulations on this effort so far. :)
We knew very Little about Croatia’s homeland war so this was a very good stop. It was inexpensive, 50 Kuna (less than $9 US per person) Entrance fee. And, there is a lot of interesting information in the museum. Dubrovnik is a city with fascinating...More
This exhibition is a work in progress, featuring military vehicles from the recent war period including an enemy mig key shot down by the local defenders. It also shows how little equipment they had and how they converted personal vehicles for military usage, not a...More