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1 Jun 2018
“Must See!”
27 Oct 2017
“Recently Discovered Stone Statues”
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Reviewed June 1, 2018 via mobile

Worth a side trip on your way to Mostar. Not a huge museum but it is high quality and interactive. Wonderful service, a couple of archaeologists on site. Best kept secret that should not be a secret. Fascinating that they built the museum around the...More

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amnarona, Guest Relations Manager at Narona Archaeological Museum, responded to this reviewResponded June 2, 2018

Dear Mr. Helton Thank you for your lovely reply. We are glad you and your familly visited our site. Have a good holliday. Ana

Reviewed October 27, 2017

Interesting layout of these recently discovered stone statues, minus their heads. A purpose built building contains the exhibits. A small museum dedicated to this one find. Our guide informed us that the heads of these statues are in the British Museum.

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Reviewed July 20, 2017

This is a very interesting visit to the Lost City. Discover how the temple was discovered under an old farm house and how ancient roman artefacts were found during the archaeological digs. See the statues discovered and learn about the history. The temple has the...More

Thank Christine T
amnarona, Guest Relations Manager at Narona Archaeological Museum, responded to this reviewResponded June 2, 2018

Dear Christine, Thank you for your positive feedback on our museum. Kind regards, Ana

Reviewed August 9, 2016

We have just visited the village of Vid from Split- it was an amazing journey through the mountains to get to the Narona Archaeological museum. As soon as you arrive there is a huge car park just before you go over the bridge to the...More

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Arheoloski Muze... N, Guest Relations Manager at Narona Archaeological Museum, responded to this reviewResponded March 18, 2017

Dear Georgiabeth95, thank you for this lovely review. Best wishes, and hope to see you again. Ana

Reviewed February 17, 2016

My van broke down near Opuzen and the mechanic told me about this incredible museum. Naturally he was very proud (justifiably so) that there was something of Internatioal importance in this unprepossessing region. Naturally when my van was fixed I went straight there and found...More

1  Thank John B
Reviewed September 28, 2015 via mobile

I was in Vid before but have never expected what i would experience Inside the museum. When i climbed the first stairs the only thing i can say was WOW. I saw sites in Greece, in Egypt, Jordan but have never expected something like that...More

Thank Sinisa A
Reviewed June 10, 2015

The site and museum at Narona is a good place to visit on the road to Dubrovnik. It is build to preserve and exhibit the Roman augusteum - emperor's temple from Augustus to Vespasian. The site is excellent with additional collection of many artefacts, mosaic...More

1  Thank Mario I
Reviewed June 4, 2015

one of the five "in situ" museums in Europe, you see sculptures of August and empress Livia at the same place they were thousands years ago. You drive till the end of the highway to Ploče and follow the signs for Museum, you pass through...More

1  Thank Arnaud Mike S
Reviewed August 12, 2014 via mobile

Not to expensive, and you have a chance of looking at the real roman or greek antiques.. plenty of parking space, helpful staf and everything is in both croatian and english..

1  Thank Krunoslav S
Reviewed July 29, 2014

I couldn't Imagine the site, people still live as in roman times. You can find coins and parts of ceramics anywhere you go. It is undiscovered beauty for ancient culture lovers. The museum is beautiful, one could not imagine how well the sculptures are preserved....More

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