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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.
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
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
Surely the home of Croatia's leading playwright, a man who was composing plays when Shakespeare was three, and anticipated not only the Bard, but Moliere and Goethe as well, deserves better than this tacky tchotchke shop, which holds precious little in the way of actual...More
Yet another disappointing visit to a museum in Dubrovnik. We had foolishly bought a card which allowed us entry to museums and free bus travel. Don't waste your money as the buses are crammed full and you can walk everywhere. Also the museums are rubbish!...More
I only went because of the Dubrovnik Card and didn't feel I learned much about anything there. Theres a little history of this man who was the first Renaissance playwrite of Ragusan Republic, but unless you know him, there isn't much to see.
We visited today and were pleased that the attraction was set out in a logical way with background info on ground floor and more detail in upper floors.
The artwork on first 2 floors was great but did not make up for the lack of...More
I have to admit not knowing who Marin Drzic was, but we had this visit included in the Dubrovnik card, so we went anyway. I learned some things about him, but I felt the museum was directed more for those who already knew. So I...More
As part of our Dubrovnik Tourist card we visited as the building looked interesting. Shame about the inside. Marin Drzic might mean something to Croatians but I think they were trying to 'big him up'. Without the free entry we would have been 'really' disappointed...More