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The Rupe Museum

Od Rupa 3 | Siroka Ulica, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia
+385 20 412 545
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Od Rupa 3 | Siroka Ulica, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia
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"ethnographic museum"
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"folk costumes"
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"nice collection"
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"fascinating building"
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"black and white photos"
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"dubrovnik pass"
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"old town"
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"few steps"
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"worth a visit"
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"clothing"
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"granary"
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"agriculture"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a 1 day Dubrovnik card and wanted to make the most of it touring the different museums. This museum was reasonably interesting though exceedingly quiet, with a range of things in the exhibition but little to no information in English about them all....More

Thank Adam T
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Reviewed 7 July 2018 via mobile

Included as part of Dubrovnik ticket which is why I went, it is s short walk from the main centre of the old town and the walk is interesting. Museum is housed in lovely old building and the exhibits are very well laid out. It...More

Thank AHZambia
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Reviewed 9 March 2018

I admit this may not have been the sort of Museum I would ordinarily visit were it not included in the Dubrovnik card, it was though surprisingly interesting with displays of agriculture, grain making etc. and local costumes.

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Reviewed 29 January 2018

This museum is a bit tricky to find as it is up some stairs and around several turns. There are a couple directional signs, but they are fairly high up on the walls. The museum itself is in an old granary, and I found the...More

Thank ksufan88
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Reviewed 23 January 2018 via mobile

Recently visited whilst in Dubrovnik as part of the 3 day Dubrovnik ticket. Very simple exhibits and simply showed you the changes that people have faced during croatias growth. Was quite a simple museum but a lot to see and read about. Wouldnt be too...More

Thank Speedyg1989
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Reviewed 14 December 2017

Now the home to the Ethnographic Museum was once the granary. As it was part of the Dubrovnik Card we went along, probably not something we would usually visit, however it was very informative and the exhibits relating to agriculture and local customs, were presented...More

Thank JnVSydney
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Reviewed 28 September 2017

One of the best ethnographic museums we've visited. The old granary has been turned into this museum which retains the granary vaults in the basements (visible but not open to public). Great photography of local cultural activities and associated equipment, as well as one floor...More

1  Thank 2Lindsay
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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

This museum gives you a sense of the cultural aspects of the Croatian people and is very interesting . Looking down into the large grainery silos was also interesting. Worth a visit.

Thank holidaynz77
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Reviewed 21 August 2017

I really wasn't expecting to like this place, but it was really interesting. Additionally it's in a beautiful old granary building which is impressive in itself and worth a look regardless of the exhibitions.

Thank BrushM
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Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

Well i noticed most people find this place to be boring. But i personnaly loved it. It gives an insight about the culture through the history of influences in clothings and everyday tools. It took me around 1h to finish it so its not huge....More

2  Thank Youssef S
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Response from Anda P | Reviewed this property |
It is a card for Dubrovnik that gives you free access to some museums (including the city walls) and public transportation and also some discounts for shops, restaurants and I think even some excursions. There are three... More
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