Archeological Museum , Zadar

Archeological Museum , Zadar - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Trg opatice Čike, 23000, Zadar, Croatia

Phone: +385-23250516

Ticket Price: 30 HRK

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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About Archeological Museum , Zadar

Build in 18th century, the museum is considered to be one of the oldest museums in the Europe. The fact that it embodies artifacts from different eras way back in the past, be it stone ages, metals ages, or the reforming Roman and Byzantine periods, has made it an attractive destination among tourists. It has more than 100,000 artifacts for visitors on display reinstating the lure of stories and memories and providing visitors, and historians something to ponder upon. 

Archeological Museum Information

  • Other contact no. +385 23 250 542
  • Group visits with expert guidance should be announced at least five days in advance.

Archeological Museum Ticket Prices

  • Students and Senior Citizens- 12 KN
  • Group Visits (10+) - 35 KN
  • For other prices visit the website. 

How To reach Archeological Museum by Public Transport

  • By Taxi
  • By Car   

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  • Absolutely loved it. So well curated and with great insights into Croatian and Zadar's archeological history. Looks out onto the Forum. Central and easily accessible.

  • Definitely worth a visit, easily could spend a good couple hours in there, lots to see and read.

  • Really enjoyed the Roman section - great insights into Roman life.

  • Present in the central square right next to St.Donatus church and the roman ruins. Wonderfully made with history and artifacts from the paleolithic age to the roman and post roman era. A must if you like history and museums. Completely worth the 30 Kuna entrance fee.

  • Worth the entry price to get out of the cold.

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