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As we had free entry as part of our 3 day Dubrovnik card (inc 6 bus trips & more), we popped in for a visit. Not the biggest but some interesting pieces. Very good to see some of the naval history of Dubrovnik & proud...More
Here at the museum you can really notice how the history of the city is connected to the see... this can all be called the city museum! Lots of interesting facts about trade and history in the Adriatic and The Mediterranean! Of course they also...More
The main interest of this museum was its location in Fort St John. It is easiest to access from the city walls, and makes a nice interlude on the walk around the city walls. We had the city day pass card and so had free...More
This museum was really interesting and put into context how important the sea and maritime industry was for people throughout Dubrovnik's history. I liked how it started from the Roman period and moved to the 21st century.
The first/ground floor was more interesting than the...More
I have seen more interactive and “alive” museums but this was certainly worth an hour to learn about the long & interesting maritime history of the Dubrovnik Republic. Got a bit sad when it reached the late 19 th Century and all the ships were...More
Half way round the City Walls is the museum. Lovely building with good views and it holds an extensive history of all things naval from 13th century to modern day. Worth a visit and included in the price with the Dubrovnik Card.
It was great...More