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The museum is well laid out (start at the top and move down) and it is very easy to understand the flow of history in the area in a logical manner. There is also a beautiful Egyptian collection that has an interesting story. I especially...More
This was one of my first visits to bigger museums. I was pleasantly surprised with the scale of Egyptian and especially Roman selections. There's also caffe in the garden nearby along with museum shop, which features great replicas of some of the museum highlights, you...More
I go to every Archeological Museum in every city I visit so 5 stars from me might not be a great recommendation but this is a real cracker of a museum. My highlights were the Roman section which was full of incredible busts and statues,...More
We were surprised at the amount of knowledge we gained here about the various archaeological periods and the migration of peoples across Europe. There are some fascinating exhibits, most notably the Zagreb mummy. Well displayed, super quiet and a great escape from the heat. Don’t...More
Since we were staying at the Hotel Dubrovnik before our organized tour started, we were familiar with the Archaeological Museum due to its close proximity. What a gem of a little museum. I'm from NYC and the quality of the Egyptian artifacts definitely gives some...More
This is worth your time. In a beautiful building the archeological museum is outstanding. I was especially surprised by the outstanding Egyptian collection.
The immense number of local finds shows the many cultures that ruled and clashed in this part of the world. Really a...More