It is one of the oldest Croatian museums founded in 1893. with a goal to explore, collect, present and study the cultural remains of the Croats from the 7th to 15th century.
Last updated on Saturday, 17 February 2018
The Museum’s collection mostly exhibits various jewelery, weaponry, objects of everyday use and a large number of stone monuments which were part of early Croatian churches.
The museum in total has about 20000 artifacts of which only 25% are displayed in a permanent exhibitions.
Adults: 10,00 kn
Children and senior citizens: 5,00 kn
Mondays and Thursdays free entry
The following collections are permanently displayed at the museum:
- The collection of stone sculptures - more than 3000 pieces of stone sculptures, out of which most belong to the Early Middle Ages
- The epigraphic collection - collection of epigraphic monuments from the 9th to 12th century with engraved names of Croatian rulers
- The collection of jewelry - over 5,000 pieces of early Croatian jewelery, mostly earrings, rings, necklaces
- Collection of tools,weapons, and related equipment - a rich collection of tools, weapons and related equipment from all periods most of found at grave sites
- Numismatic collection - a collection of medieval, as well as some antique and Modern World coins
Address & contact details
- Street: Stjepana Gunjace bb
- Postcode: 21000
- City: Split
- Telephone: +385 (0)21 323-901