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Often I am overwhelmed with the size, complexity and detail at major museums. I try and break those museums into multiple visits. In contrast, the Archaeological Museum in Zadar is very approachable and easy to follow. It follows the remarkable history of this one small...More
The museum is laid out in a quiet and elegant manner, and was interesting and pleasant to visit. Open on Sunday, entry cost 30 Kn and well worth it.
Displays included articles and explanations from early man through the Roman period to the middle ages....More
It surely sounds unlikely, even unbelievable, but the Archaeological Museum in Zadar is extremely interesting. Especially fascinating are the exhibits that trace the sequence of cultures in northern Dalmatia from Neolithic times until roughly 1000 AD.
Among other things items are displayed very attractively and...More
Worth every moment of your time to explore and ponder upon the contents of this first class museum. As always I enjoyed the Greek and Roman history the most but there are plenty of Middle Ages exhibits to capture the imagination.
Great air conditioned space set over 3 floors. If able to read all there is on display boards you could easily do 1-2 hours in here. £30 kuna for adults - kids were free. Personally I found it fascinating to work from early history (top...More
We visited this museum on a rainy day in August at 14.00 and even then it did not feel particularly busy.
The entrance fee was 30 kn per person (including a 15 year old). The museum is laid out over three floors. You start on...More