A very good museum with a wide range of art, housed in an impressive building. Definitely worth a visit.
About Mimara Museum
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A spacious art gallery and museum, donated to the city by a local philanthropist, full of paintings and artefacts, cheap entry fee and very quiet. Some of the paintings are outstanding and the range of artistic periods is significant. An actual pleasure to visit without...More
Nice museum with a floor of art, one of artifacts of Europe and then one of Asia. Some nice things to see. Cost was ~40 kuna.
This is a museum with different kinds of art. It is a complete museum that cares for pieces' conservation. The museum was almost empty of people in a thursday afternoon. On wednesdays, thursdays and fridays the entrance is for free which is clever due to...More
The Mimara Museum is essentially a huge personal art collection, and it looked pretty impressive that any one individual was capable of collecting so much treasure. Plenty to see, with artifacts ranging from prehistoric eras right up to the 20th century. I visited rather late...More
I spent an hour on the exposition of the glass, which was fantastic, and would definitely come back to explore the rest of the collection. The exhibits are nicely presented with lots of light and open space around. There are not so many visitors in...More
Mimara has a fine and diverse collection. Make sure to read the history of the museum and the story of Ante Topić Mimara, the man who gave life to it. The building itself is also from the late 19th century and well maintained. It was...More
Looks imposing from the outside but very user friendly once you go up the stairs or the ramp. And you can access the commentary on your smart phone. Wish there was more on the provenance of some of the collection and how it fared under...More