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Rainy day in Split, let's go to a museum! Got to the entrance just before a huge downpour. Perfect museum weather! Overall, it is an interesting museum, just not very big, Many of the big instructive items do have english descriptions,
This is a lovely museum split over several floors. Every part of the history of the city is covered with the exception of the second World War. Artefacts are well laid out and labelled where required in English which is a bonus. There is plenty...More
ok, we could not understand half of what we were looking at because most everything was in Croatian, but the artifacts and the building are very interesting. And you can get the sense of the importance of the items on display. Ancient ceilings, the inside...More
We decided to have a look at Split Museum as other museums were closed on Sunday afternoon and we were so pleased we did. Building itself is the star and it has been sympathetic restored which enhances the experience. Some odd and curious exhibits held...More
I wish that more places would do the audiotours. I think that it cannot be much more work than multilingual interpretive signs. The museum is a bargain, you can do the whole thing in an hour, or take advantage of the air conditioning. I recommend...More
I wanted to go to one of the other two history museums, but it was Sunday so this was the only one that was open.
I was most interested in the Roman section of the museum, which was very insightful. I visited this museum at...More
When you are in "old Split", this is a good to great place to see history, did not personally care for the 19th & 20th century part of their presentation but you do not have to look or read the panels.
Worth the time and...More
Housed in the former Papalic Palace the museum is in the old city not far from the Golden & Silver Gates. The collection contains a lot of smaller, beautifully preserved relics rather than the larger pieces at the Archaeological Museum.
If you are in the...More