Well worth a visit, quite a lot to see. The climb to the top of the vestibule should not be missed as you get excellent views of Split and the peristyle.
This museum paints a colourful picture of traditional culture in the area. It has a few different exhibitions, showing things such as clothes, paintings, and farming tools. The staff didn't seem very active, but you can easily take yourself around.
Alongside the City Museum and the Archeological Museum, this completes a good picture of the history and cultural life of the Dalmatia region. In this case it is the clothing of the islands (note the differences), the musical instruments and other artifacts. More interesting than expected. And don't forgot to climb the steps to the terrace for a wonderful view... 更多
Loved how this museum was laid out and the presentation of Croatian artefacts - it was a lovely, cool afternoon. I could have spent all day there. really enjoyed this.
This is a small museum. You can spend some time walking around and learning more about the Region. But the best part is the terrace. You can go up to the roof and take a lot of pictures. It is a small terrace but you see interesting places you wouldn't see otherwise.
The ticket is merely 2 euros, which is a bargain. The museum is not large but is nice, you can see a bunch old clothes and ethnic costumes, there are some furniture, jewelry and old weapons at display. But the real treat is the location in which the museum is, the building is marvelous and the best thing that you... 更多
The costumes, jewellery & furniture in this museum were very interesting. The bedroom was good. I wish there had been more about Diocletian.
Very poor signage for this wonderful modern museum within the Diocletian palace; very close to the bell tower. Persevere to see wonderful costumes, lace, jewellery, furniture -- AND your ticket includes a terrace view point. Absolutely worth the effort to find the correct entrance