Museums in Dubrovnik
From prehistoric artifacts to our Independence war documents - dive into the history of trade, seafaring, combat and everyday life in a museum of its own.
The Ethnographic collection that has been gathered since the first decade of the 20th century was first displayed in 1950.
Having lived more than one thousand years on the Adriatic coast the Croats have protected, handed down and enriched the Mediterranean heritage in seamanship and shipbuilding. World-wide successes were achieved within the ranges realized by the independent Dubrovnik Republic in the 15th and 16th century.
The Rector's palace is the most impressive building of great historic and artistic value.
The history of Dubrovnik natural history museum opened to public in 2009., dates back to 1872.
Marin Drzic is a peculiar persona in Croatian literature and culture, exceptional for his writings, as well as in attitude and actions. Therefore, explanation of his life is often inconsistent, but his works were always extremely appreciated.
The museum of the Croatian War for Independence is located on the ground floor of the Imperial fort on Srđ mountain. It has around 500 showpieces from the period 1991 to 1995