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#1 of 26 Museums in Dubrovnik
The Red History Museum has a number of great interactive displays and it has a lot of detailed information so you get a great account of the history of this time period in Croatia.
It's very interactive and displays include many artefacts from the communist era, such as statues and pictures, reading materials, military objects, and there is even a fully reconstructed livingroom.
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#2 of 26 Museums in Split
This was the home of Ivan Mestrovic, the foermost Croatian sculptor and was intended by him as a museum, with wonderful wood sculptures,bronzes, drawings, sculptures outside in the garden, and one of the most stun...
The Ivan Mestrovic Gallery in Split was his family home in the 1930s, an imposing art deco mansion with colonnade outside and spacious white rooms inside.
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Atelier Mestrovic Zagreb 0.8 mi away
#3 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
You can admire stunning sculptures made by one of the most important Croatian artists inside the gallery that was his house and atelier, but also in a small garden.
Wonderful collection of an amazing artist situated in a wonderful and picturesque old part of town.
#1 of 2 Museums in Cavtat
It is large enough to be interesting but small enough to remain intimate with some good works of art and the museum has a homely feel to it so that you expect to see Bukovak painting as you enter a room.
We went to this small museum yesterday.It is an artists house born in Cavtat and the town is very proud.It is really intersting to see his family home and the frescos he did on the lls.It is 30kn each to get in.No...
#5 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
With fascinating colour combination, unusual artworks, sculptures and paintings, this is a feast for lovers of Naive Art as the exhibits include the works of artists from celebrated Hlebine School such as Ivan Gen...
The pictures are mostly of village scenes and have a very appealing simplicity to them - unlike most of modern art, you can actually tell what they're pictures of which is a bonus.
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Museum of Arts and Crafts Zagreb 0.1 mi away
#9 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
We were very pleasantly surprised because we were expecting a history of Croatian folk costumes or something similar, It is on a major tram stop so easy to get to with the Zagreb Card.
The museum houses an extensive collection of paintings, furniture, ceramics, clocks, etc. and is an excellent place to visit.
Mimara Museum Zagreb 0.1 mi away
#10 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
Is you love art like me, this I the place to get lost for couple of hours , the museum is big, lovely architecture, people working in there are friendly and polite.
This museum houses the private collection of its namesake with a dazzling array of different art forms.
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#11 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
... to life work of Vlaho Bukovac and his professor (and friend) the French painter Alexandre Cabanel - both were activ at the and of 19. and in the beginnig of 20.century) Film (video) is very good and informative.
The Art Pavilion of Zagreb is based in a beautiful building in the city centre, surrounded by lovely gardens and right opposite the train station (which is another fabulous building).
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#7 of 26 Museums in Split
Jaman has two galleries in downtown Split, both with convenient hours and a wide selection of prints, canvas paintings, and framed original works of art.
Love how the shop is decorated with the paintings, the meaning and creativity behind the paintings is lovely!
#8 of 26 Museums in Split
Brilliantly curated - you advance through art movements in the spacious rooms, we found the experience wonderful and well worth a visit.
I liked the modern collection in particular, as I was unfamiliar recent Croatian art history and I was impressed by the diversity of approaches exhibited.
Bozidar Jakac Art Museum Kostanjevica na Krki, Slovenia 26.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Kostanjevica na Krki
Under the arches, were exhibitions of about 6 major Slovene artists from the 20th century, displaying paintings and sculptures, as well as older paintings discovered in the monastery.
Beautiful and peaceful place, former monastery, one of the greatest art museums in Slovenia today.
#1 of 6 Museums in Sibenik
I love history and archeology,and in this space you can be well inform about the past but also feel very comfortable.I am gona always recommend this place to the visitors .
The south wing was part of the coastal defense, extending ~30m along the waterfront, from the square Prince's Palace Tower to 16th century Seagate (flanked by cannons, with the city’s coat of arms and its patron S...
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#11 of 26 Museums in Dubrovnik
The museum has a really interesting permanent collection of the croatian artists and temporary exhibitions by international artists, in my case, I had the honour to visit the exhibition by Ahmet Ertuğ, and it is r...
Beautiful building in an exceptional setting, short walk from Ploce Gate, loved the views from the first floor veranda.
#21 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
Nice art museum located in the city center where you can admire the best Italian paintings from 400 to 900, but there are also other paintings by other non-Italian artists beautiful to see.
#1 of 1 Museums in Lopud
Without expectations we were surprised by the installation and were very impressed!
The receptionist, a young girl with very good English, explained the idea and history behind the installation, in we went.
#13 of 26 Museums in Dubrovnik
When we visited the room with all the historical coins, a member of staff named Denis kindly informed us of their history in a genuine yet informative way.
The upper floors have different displays of weapons, uniforms, coins and absolutely gorgeous furniture.
#12 of 26 Museums in Split
Here, on a very quiet spot overlooking the Adriatic, the church displays 28 wood reliefs of the Life of Christ, plus a large crucifix with the body elongated, like the figures in El Greco’s paintings.
If you are visiting the Mistrociv gallery then the chapel is only 200 metres away and worth a visit.
#2 of 6 Museums in Sibenik
Wonderful exhibition, so much to see and to learn about Cathedral of St. James and about history of the city.
Surprisingly nice contemporary museum, interactive, interesting didactic games for kids.
Samoborski Muzej Samobor 12.5 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Samobor
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#26 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
During Second World War it was used as mosque, than as museum and today it is again art gallery.
Great Building and Art
#1 of 1 Museums in Stari Grad
The museum is fascinating too, because is located in neo-renaissance palace, a little gem from 19th century.
We got kind of got curious and went there and became amazed with this little gem of a place.
#15 of 26 Museums in Split
Split Nomad Gallery exhibits various artwork from local artists every week!
There's a variety of local art for sale so if you're looking for something for something for yourself or for someone back home, I'd suggest checking this out rather than buying some cheap souvenir.
Pag Lace Gallery Island of Pag
#2 of 2 Museums in Island of Pag
It was Sunday and most things were closed but not this small museum.
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#18 of 26 Museums in Dubrovnik
Muzej Ivanic Grada Ivanic Grad 21.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Ivanic Grad
Gliptoteka HAZU Zagreb 1.1 mi away
#43 of 49 Museums in Zagreb
#24 of 26 Museums in Dubrovnik
#26 of 26 Museums in Dubrovnik
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