GROUP VISITS (10 or more persons)
Museum permanent displays and archaeological exhibitions
Adults, 110 kuna; schoolchildren and students, 50 kuna.
The tickets are valid for entry into:
Dubrovnik Museums (Cultural History Museum in the Rector’s Palace, Maritime Museum in Fort St John, Ethnographic Museum in the Rupe/Holes granary, Archaeological exhibitions in Revelin Fort)
House of Marin Držić
Dubrovnik Natural History Museum
The Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik
Gallery Dulčić Masle Pulitika
Single tickets to museums and galleries institutions are valid for 7 days from the first visit to one of the listed institustions.
From January 1st, 2021, Dubrovnik Museums (Cultural History Museum in the Rector’s Palace, Maritime Museum in Fort St John, Ethnographic Museum in the Rupe/Holes granary, Archaeological exhibitions in Revelin Fort) introduce new ticket prices for group visits (10 people or more) which will be 70 kuna for one, 80 kuna for two and 90 kuna for three museums. The ticket for students for one museum will be 40 kuna, and for two or three museums 50 kuna.
All residents of the Dubrovačka-Neretvanska County and children below 12 have the right to free entry into all museums and the permanent and occasional exhibitions of Dubrovnik Museums.
Guides accompanying groups of tourists have the right to free entry into all museums and the permanent and occasional exhibitions of Dubrovnik Museums
Groups of up to 35 people are allowed to enter the Maritime and Ethnographic Museum and, with special measures, the Cultural History Museum in the Rector's Palace.
When visiting the Rector's Palace, if the group consists of 35 people, the group can only stay in the courtroom and atrium and cannot visit the mezzanine.
Upstairs, the rector's office will be closed with ropes for the same group, because this is a space that is too small to comply with epidemiological measures. If the group wants to visit the mezzanine and the cabinet, it can have a maximum of 30 people.
Other measures implemented in Dubrovnik Museums in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in museums during group visits (10 people and more) remain the same:
The day before the arrival of the group it is necessary to announce the exact number of people and the time of the planned visit no later than 3 pm to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The group can have a maximum of 35 people adhering to the above rules
In the Cultural History Museum can be maximum of 3 groups at once and in the Ethnographic and Maritime Museum 2 groups
New group entry is enabled every half an hour
The direction of movement in the Cultural History Museum is through the cash register, courtroom, prisons and along the main baroque stairs to the first floor, after which you return to the Atrium and the mezzanine by an internal staircase. Exit is provided through the Museum Shop.
In the Cultural History, Maritime and Ethnographic Museum, our staff will guide the movement of groups and individuals, so we ask for your understanding and patience in case you have to wait your turn.
Upon entering the Museums it is necessary:
- Disinfect your hands at the entrance to the museum
- Wear protective face masks indoors
- Maintain a distance of 2 metres from other visitors and our employees
- Don't touch museum exhibits or the areas where they are displayed.