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Interesting little museum. went as part of the Dubrovnik pass. Some nice artefacts but could do with a little more explanation.
Good place to take a break from the crowds but wouldn't get the ticket on its own.
I guess I have been spoiled by Italy. I enjoyed this attraction, but did expect a little more in the way of things to see. It is a part of the "Dubrovnik Card's array of attractions so it was cool to be able to see....More
Not too many people go into this palace (entry ticket 15 Euros) but I found it very interesting. There are plenty of art, artifacts, historical documents and many other things on display. Excepting in the open areas of the palace, photography isn’t allowed, though you...More
The rectors palace is of interest to those who enjoy inspecting artefacts from days long gone. What was the highlight for me was the money boxes or treasure chests they used in the 15th and 16th century. The locking mechanisms are all hand crafted, but...More
This is an interesting museum, with a fascinating glimpse into the past. If you like old buildings and seeing the original furniture, furnishings, etc, then you should definitely check this place out. We got the combined ticket with other museums which keeps costs down.
Seeing some negative reviews here and I want to balance with my opinion of the museum. Its was amazing! I loved the architecture and the 100s of classical art pieces (some hilarious and meme worthy) the dungeon the videos showing the history and the staircase....More
Honestly we went to the Rectors Palace as it was raining and having read The Lonely Planet guide book it was recommended that this was the best museum to go to. I have to say I was not impressed. There was little to no information...More
The museum was quite nice but the straff was rude and made the visit unpleasant. Also found that there was little explenations around things that were displayed.
The woman in the museum shop screamed at visitors and was more occupied with making sure no one...More
We were taken on a tour through here with our group, so not sure of the cost. What an amazing selection of history especially interesting when a tour guide explains everything. Make sure you have coins in and around this area for toilets.