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The Home of Marin Drzic

Shiroka 7, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia
+385 20 323 242
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  • Excellent5%
  • Very good5%
  • Average18%
  • Poor37%
  • Terrible33%
27 Oct 2016
“Worth visiting but only because it was included in the tourist card”
11 Oct 2016
“Apparently the Croat shakespeare”
Shiroka 7, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia
+385 20 323 242
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Maybe I can not appreciate this play wright as the Croatian people do,but this place is a joke.There is nothing interesting to see and not even a real evidence that this was his home.It is included in Dubrovnik card so you get free entrance but...More

Thank SlashDotCom
Reviewed 28 October 2016

The home was worth visiting but only because it was included in the tourist card. Amusing because it isn't actually the home of Marin Drzic. Apparently it's the sort of home that someone like Drzic might have lived in. But was not actually his home...More

Thank BSSLondon
Reviewed 22 October 2016

Near the Rector’s Palace in Dubrovnik, there is a statue of Marin Drzic. He is revered by the citizens because he wrote drama in the Croatian language. According to local lore, if you sit on the statue’s lap and rub his nose you will have...More

Thank ITRT
Reviewed 11 October 2016

Like most other people I only visited because it was on the one day pass.I had a quick look around but there was nothing of interest.

Thank wingate
Reviewed 30 August 2016 via mobile

I give this two rather than one because: The staff are friendly, You are almost certain to walk past it at some time, Entrance is included in the various passes, They have made an effort with English labels. That said, if you know nothing of...More

Thank rhyshedges
Reviewed 10 August 2016 via mobile

Myself and a friend visited using our Dubrovnik Day Card late afternoon on a hot Sunday on the last day of July. Located in the old town. Spread over 3 floors. Pros: -Information boards, mementos and a bedroom relating to the playwright. Cons: -Stepped access....More

Thank jonotennis
Reviewed 7 July 2016

Unless you're a die hard fan the only positive thing about this place is the air con on the first floor. Not worth the effort even if you have a dubrovnik card.

2  Thank jo l
Reviewed 19 April 2016

Poor thought out exhibition that honors the 16th century Dubrovnik playwright. It was not his old house, just contains mainly modern exhibits. Nothing of interest for us and certainly not worth paying to see.

2  Thank NHAnorak
Reviewed 1 November 2015

Nothing logical about the museum/house. Dominated by modern art displays and no real info about the playwright at all. And the lady front of house accosted us trying to sell CDs and maps. We got out as quickly as possible. Thank goodness it was part...More

2  Thank vampireweekend
Reviewed 24 October 2015

We only visited here as we had the " buy 1 get 8 other entrances free ticket".Unless you are an expert on Croatian 16th century drama, I doubt there's much to hold your interest. Apparently Marin Drzic actually never lived here. So, OK for 10...More

2  Thank Kelly39
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