The collections of the museum show the glorious maritime history of Dubrovnik and its surrounding areas for hundreds of years. The space in the museum is very large, with various hull models from the Middle Ages to Yugoslavia, warrior armor, light and heavy weapons, and navigation tools and logbooks. Dubu was born because of the sea, was brilliant and perished because of the sea, so coming here is the best opportunity to learn about it.
One of the most popular attractions in the area, the exhibits are frequently changed, and your things are very valuable. Very good, you can take your children to have a look. And there are children’s activities and a team of historic ships
The Maritime Museum is the most amazing of all Dubrovnik's museums! Although I saw the word maritime, I felt a bit too professional at first, but after reading it, I realized that to understand the historical development of Ducheng is closely related to its marine culture. At the same time, the exhibition layout and logic of the museum are excellent. The three exhibition halls on the first floor to the second floor show the development process of Du's marine civilization one by one. The exhibition design is also very colorful. In the old stone-built space, modern showcases and lights collide with it. The display methods of large and small shopkeepers and exhibition boards are very interesting. The quantity and quality of the exhibits are excellent, and many of the items are very precious and distinctive. As far as the development period of Mediterranean civilization, the trade route map between Dubrovnik and the surrounding cities of Croatia, Venice and Genoa on the other side of the Adriatic Sea reflects the development of the city-state; at that time, when sailing out to sea, it was necessary to equip a sea doctor’s medicine box And the medical qualification certificate issued by the Kingdom of Croatia. very interesting! The location of the museum is in the southeast corner of the peninsula. It is very hidden and the entrance is very simple, but the world inside can be called a realistic version of "One Piece". It is a boutique in the Ducheng Museum, and its tickets are also included in the citycard project. If time is tight and other projects are too late, the Maritime Museum must also be visited!
Maritime Military Museum, very old, by the sea.
The Maritime Museum in Dubrovnik was built in 1941. The original purpose of the establishment was to hold the exhibition "Dubrovnik Nautical Route". In 1987, it became a branch of the Dubrovnik Museum and was rebuilt as a whole after the 1979 earthquake. The museum has more than 4000 exhibits, which mainly reflect the maritime history of Dubrovnik and the surrounding area. The museum is divided into 2 floors and has a wealth of exhibits such as cannons, logbooks, anchors, and marine medicines.