Split City Museum is an unremarkable old-fashioned building hidden in the lively old city. After passing through a small courtyard, it is the front desk of the museum. Visitors to the museum have no one other than us, and they have become a chartered venue. As the largest port on the coast of Central Dalmatia, the city of Split developed entirely around the seaport. Through the excavation of Roman stone carvings, navigation materials from the Middle Ages, and the display of the furniture of the noble class, the history of maritime trade development centered on Split can be seen.
There are not many scenic spots in the old city. The city museum is free to read on the Internet. The introduction claims that the building is very interesting. In fact, it's a pretty pit place, and now you have to charge everywhere. The National Museum has to charge if it didn't charge. At the door, it says "Entry, take pictures, and stay are charged." There are 2 floors inside, and it's tattered and not worth the fare, so I can't take pictures.