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It´s not easy to be The Town Museum in a Town that has been called "Museum Town" - in a town where every single stone, every street, every house... has its own secret story! But, when you decide to visit the Trogir Town Museum you will be able to...more
Very poorly organised museum that needs a serious update. The exhibits are poorly explained with very little information available. It is a shame as Trogir has so much history and deserves a much better museum than this. I would recommend skipping the city museum.
They have placed a few remnants of Roman ruins in the courtyard just outside the main entrance. We enjoyed wondering about where they might have been originally placed in construction. A quick tour through here is all you need.
Just a random bunch of antiquities, the guide we purchased on the place was messy and didn't follow a logic order: was just a list of the things contained in the rooms. The two guys at the door are nice but can't help you and...More
After finally finding the entrance and having to ring the doorbell, we were greeted by a very surprised women who seemed delighted to have vistors to the museum (we assume it doesn't happen that often). For the grand old price of around £5 for my...More
The museum is housed in a venetian palace and several of the outbuildings. The entrance faces the North Gate of the city but is poorly advertised and the layout is old fashioned. The most interesting section are the rooms inside the palace but there are...More
There could have been far more detailed material about the early history, apart from a few pots and the Greek pavement(?) most of the material was fairly late. It seemed to skip from 300 AD to 1400AD, Most of the material was post medieval.