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Archaeological Museum Split

Zrinjsko-Frankopanska 25, Split 21000, Croatia
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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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  • Average15%
  • Poor1%
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Zrinjsko-Frankopanska 25, Split 21000, Croatia
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Reviewed 19 October 2017

There's a lot to see here but it all seems kind of crowded. If you're into history and seeing old ruins and artifacts, it's a must-see, but otherwise there are better museums to visit.

Thank Sgt_Oddball
Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

Not sure if it is worth your time visiting. Went there with my boyfriend and it was a 20minutes visit at most. Very limited collection of display items and the descriptions were mostly in Croatian and without any English translations.

Thank mcmcmcmcfung
Reviewed 28 September 2017

Having visited quite a few other museums, notably in Zadar during a 10 day stay, we found this place a disappointment. It is old fashioned in its layout, short on explanations in English, and the individual exhibits are very poorly labelled. You found yourself constantly...More

Thank Buffshot
Reviewed 27 September 2017

We were amazed at the collection outside with sarcophagi from as far back as the 1st century. Huge monuments, mosaics, columns, etc. Inside are coins, tools, jewelry, pottery, glass from before Christ. Lovely gem! Stay until dusk and see the bats come out!

Thank Susan Y
Reviewed 26 September 2017

There were a lot of interesting artifacts here, but they were laid out a bit haphazardly. The space is quite small, but there was no real sense of timeline or place, just display cases filled up with lots of stuff and brief connect the numbers...More

Thank Troy R
Reviewed 18 September 2017

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 17 September 2017

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 14 September 2017

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 14 September 2017

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 9 September 2017

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

Thank MaciaVargas
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