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Maritime Museum

Kotor Municipality, Montenegro
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“model ships” (11 reviews)
“weapons room” (4 reviews)
“worth a visit” (8 reviews)
Kotor Municipality, Montenegro
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As you might expect, there are many interesting artifacts in the museum. They have a large variety of wonderful collections. I was especially fascinated by the anchors. There is a small fee and a restroom available. This is probably not the best for a very...More

Thank Shelly M
Reviewed 13 October 2017

In a UNESCO World Heritage listed city with so much else to offer, this museum is well worth a visit, Situated in a grand old hotel particular in the centre of the old town it traces the proud maritime history of Montenegro which is the...More

Thank john m
Reviewed 9 October 2017

In my opinion, the building that houses this museum is as interesting to see as the museum itself. Not very large, there are models of ships, uniforms, maps, and maritime equipment. Worth a visit, you can go through it without spending a lot of time.

Thank SuzyQu15
Reviewed 29 September 2017

Lots of interesting stuff in here. Lovely old uniforms lots of model ships and stuff about the city. Most of it written in Czec but some bits in English - a touch overpriced for foreignors in my view

Thank Davancar
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Not very detailed models of ships. Not very well done pictures of ships and some portraits. A few sailing artifacts like a sexton, time pieces, etc. I went mostly to see the lemon tree wood furniture which our guide had said was beautiful. I thought...More

Thank ggold113
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Very much your traditional 'displays in cases' type of museum, but a pretty good one all the same. Some very nice models of ships through the ages, along with displays of naval equipment and maritime art. I didn't bother with the audio guide, but almost...More

1  Thank Mark W
Reviewed 1 August 2017

Very interesting. An audio guide is provided. Many paintings of sea captains, ships etc, beautiful model ships showing progression through the ages. Decorative guns, swords, daggers etc. Room settings, collections of China and clothing accessories. Naval history up to world war two. Young Russian boys...More

Thank Sarah S
Reviewed 20 July 2017

We went in as part of our Kotor walking tour (of the old city area). It is a nice 3 story building with interesting and well displayed naval artifacts. It is worth spending a little time here while in the old city.

Thank Vikki K
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

I'm no sailor but I found this museum super interesting. The model boats are really beautiful and detailed and the descriptions are well curated. Also your ticket is a postcard - fun! ⭐️

Thank flyonwarl
Reviewed 21 June 2017

Visisted many museums wordlwide for less money. The museum is ok, but small. Not so many material in the exposition. Its ok, but if you are used to bigger more professional museums you' ll be dissapointed.

Thank dgj0nathan
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