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Split: City Museum Entrance Ticket

Split: City Museum Entrance Ticket

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Make the most of your trip to Split with a visit to the popular Split City Museum, housed in the Gothic-Renaissance Diocletian’s Palace. Explore this stunning building, and marvel at its impressive collection of artifacts.

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  • Add a splash of culture to your vacation in Split
  • Travel through Croatia’s history at Split City Museum
  • Admire the impressive architecture at Diocletian’s Palace
  • See a selection of centuries-old artefacts and monuments
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Discover the wonders of the Split City Museum on your vacation to Split. The museum is located in one of the city’s most famous landmarks, Diocletian’s Palace, which was built in the 15th and 16th centuries. Stroll around the museum at your own pace, and admire its stunning Gothic-Renaissance architecture, which includes richly-decorated ceilings, a picturesque courtyard, and an ancient wall. Wander around the museum’s three floors, and marvel at the collection of artifacts that are housed here. As you explore, travel back in time through the history of Croatia and learn about the prominent figures of its past.
  • Entry ticket to Split City Museum
  • Access to Emanuel Vidović Gallery
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This is a do-not miss museum in Split. It's located right in Diocletian's Palace and is a great way to learn about the history of Split from past to present. I always think it is important to learn about a destination, and this museum is the perfect way to learn about Split.

August 19, 2021

there is no reason to visit this museum for tourists Expositions are weak and unaccompanied in English

August 25, 2021

Nice museum showing how Split evolved over time - exhibits had English descriptions.

September 21, 2021

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