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THE MARITIME AND HISTORY MUSEUM OF THE CROATIAN LITTORAL has been one of the most important meeting-places of culture in the city of Rijeka for the last four decades. With its permanent display and many valuable exhibitions from its own holdings or...more
Even before you reach the grounds you can tell this museum is not the best.
Building could do with a little tlc.
It's 30kn to get in which is a little bit expensive for what's inside.
Grounds are nice but not looked after very well
Beautiful old building with some interesting exhibits but overall the museum could use some improvement. The newer exhibits were pretty good but the older ones could use a little better signage. The electronic displays were not very user friendly. It was hard to figure out...More
Looked for some maritime themes, but only 1-2 rooms are about it. The rest 18 rooms are about some croatian history. Not too bad but expected a little more from the name. Luckily catched the “Croatian Museums Day” so the entrance was free.
If you are bit bored with coastal sidewalk, try to walk up to the Maritime and History Museum, You do not even need to go inside, just enjoy the gardens surrounding it. And beside the relax it offers you a great view at the city...More
Nice museum, friendly and helpful personal close to the city center in a historical building. You can find here interesting facts and atticels from the history of Rijeka. There are some nice interactive modern elements too. We spent here about two ours and it was...More
This museum is in the Governor's Palace and is so much more than a maritime museum. Elaborate ceilings and chandeliers in the rooms, lots of finely crafted furniture. Paintings from many different centuries. Uniforms, swords, sabers, guns and rifles on display too. Be sure to...More
The Maritime and Historical Museum is located in one of the most beautiful buildings from the nineteenth century in Rijeka. This building used to be a palace which was designed and built as the residence of governors. The relevant construction began in 1892 under the...More
I loved this Museum.
The exposition about Homeland war made me feel sick of what people can do to each other and I finally understood what happened.
I loved the chamber with all kind of weapons and appreciated writing my name in Glagolitic (very nice...More