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We spent an enjoyable hour and a half in this museum. It is situated near to the port and is easily found. We visited in the morning and were able to see two different glass blowing demonstrations. The majority of the placards are also in...More
90 KN for a family of 4 was reasonable in my mind. As we learned, off season means small to no crowds. It was us and one other couple in this museum. There was a small exhibition about lighthouses and the rest was about how...More
I went on a Sunday, though wasn't until after paying I found that the demonstrations that are advertised only happen on weekdays, and only for limited hours. The exhibits are very spaced out to fill two floors, but really most of what is actually ancient...More
I saw this interesting museum on the map during a recent visit to Zadar and spent a morning there learning about ancient glass. The museum itself is a beautiful space but was very quiet the morning I was there, so quiet in fact that I...More
If you have time during your stay in Zadar I highly recommend this place. Especially if you are interested in the history.
Despite it being a bit repetitive, it was so fascinating that every exhibit retained my attention. The highlight of the museum was the...More
While it’s not expensive to enter the museum there really isn’t very much of interest once you are inside, The current exhibition was ok, the other exhibits were less interesting and all too similar. On the top floor it looks like there may be the...More