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The guide here was extremely informative and friendly. Bursting with information, very good English, keen to help. I recommend going here near the start of a visit to Brac to find out about the whole island. The museum is quite small and in need of...More
We weren't given an option of a guided tour, but the whole setting seemed nice and informative. You can learn about the history of the island. Apparently, the other reviews mention the enthusiastic curator, but it seems we missed her, since we were only greeted...More
A very enthusiastic and well versed curator welcomed us and gave us the history of the place. The main attraction was the piece of Illyrian wall from pre 200BC on which the Romans and those who followed built. It’s amazing that stones shaped and built...More
Brilliant small museum. Went to escape the heat. The curator is fab. She told us the history of Brac in an amusing and interesting way. She made sure we got to see all the important thing as there were coach parties there. Even had a...More
My husband found things of interest in the museum and enjoyed looking around and listening to our tour guide. You need a guided tour otherwise you can see it all in 10 minutes. I found it rather boring, it would be great if history is...More
We were keen to visit Skrip so visited this museum at the same time. It's definitely worth a visit whilst in the area. The curator gave us a really helpful overview and then we looked round ourselves.
The church across the road was also worth...More
Who knew the island of Brac had such a long and interesting history! The village museum features numerous archaeological finds, sarcophagi, sea charts, and interesting displays documenting the island's long history in an authentic setting.