Directions and parking
Where are we?
The Cultural History, Maritime and Ethnographic museums are located in the old city centre of Dubrovnik, as are the temporary archaeological exhibitions.
The Cultural History Museum is housed in the Rector''s Palace, the Maritime Museum in Fort St John, and the Ethnographic Museum in the old granary of the Republic, Rupe / The Holes. The archaeological exhibition “Revelin – Archaeological Research/ Spatial Development / Foundry” as well as “Early Medieval Sculpture in Dubrovnik” are on show on the ground floor of Revelin Fort.
In the aim of preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the museum, we kindly ask that you adhere to the following instructions during your visit:
Disinfect your hands at the entrance to the museum
Wear protective face masks indoors
Maintain a distance of 2 meters from other visitors and our employees
Don't touch museum exhibits or the areas where they are displayed
Please be patient and wait your turn, as there can be a maximum of 150 people at once in the Cultural – History: In the Ethnographic and Maritime Museum 100 people, and in the Archaeological Museum maximum 15 people.
We wish you a pleasant stay!
At the disposal of visitors are municipal parking lots outside the old city centre. Access to museums and permanent exhibitions is possible only on foot.
Access for the disabled
We regret that since the museums are housed in historical buildings, they do not facilitate access for the disabled. Only the Cultural History Museum has a special wheelchair that enables access to all parts of the museum.
Assistance animals are welcome throughout the museums.
Guided tours to the permanent displays, permanent and occasional exhibitions for schoolchildren and students can be organised if notice is given.
Education department of Dubrovnik Museums
Tel. +385(0)20 324 860
Fax. +385(0)20 324 857