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Archaeological Museum Split

Zrinjsko-Frankopanska 25, Split 21000, Croatia
+385 21 319 340
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The oldest museum in Croatia includes archaeological artifacts from the prehistoric, Greek, Roman, early Christian and Medieval ages.
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Zrinjsko-Frankopanska 25, Split 21000, Croatia
+385 21 319 340
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A nice museum, although small (the reviews calling it "underwhelming" may be a little harsh, but not too far off the mark). Suffered a bit from a lack of explanation for the exhibits, there is some but more would be helpful. The exhibits are mainly...More

Thank EMD100
Reviewed 1 week ago

Get an idea of what life inside the castle was like by seeing this large and varied collection of artifacts.You can view items up close and everything is well labeled. Don't miss the large items that are outside the museum under a covered walkway. It...More

Thank gtanak
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Archaeological Museum in Split is located a short walk out of the centre. It's not far, but you are unlikely to stumble across it unless you're out there looking for it. It consists of a garden outside which is filled with sculpture and a...More

Thank Felix I
Reviewed 1 week ago

didn't have to pay anything. Not sure why. Large collection of roman artifacts well labelled. good for a 1-1 1/2 hour self guided tour.

Thank trianon3
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are some historical objects, items, currencies and sculptures which are interesting to see. If you like history its ok.

Thank MaciaVargas
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

he Arch Museum of Split is pretty interesting, lots of mortuary urns. statues, and tidbits from the past. Some is housed inside a really neat old building, the rest is outside but under cover. The city tourist map has this mis located, It is just...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What an amazing museum! Artefacts, mosaics, sarcophagus, stone/marble busts, ancient coins, jewellry, unearthed stone treasures from the 3rd and 4th Centuries (to name but a few), largely from Solin, housed on the interior ground floor, and covered exterior in a shady garden. We marvelled at...More

Thank Les G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived at the museum prepared to be disappointed - we had read some pretty poor reviews and had been to so many great Split museums, surely this was going to be disappointing? How wrong we were. The interior of the museum is largely one...More

Thank ohnojo123
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Don't rightly know what happened to al the archeological artifacts that must have been found in Dioclatian's palace, but they are defiantly not here. The admission is however very cheap, it's just a shame that there isn't more on display.

Thank martinared5
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This was a fair stroll aand alittle difficult to find, north of the main streets, However once in it was small but compact with interesting things to look at from Roman and Greek period. Entry fee was reasonable. Only took about hour and a half...More

Thank xenon308daily
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