Korčula City Museum

  • Dubrovnik Region

Korčula City Museum is located in Gabrielis Palace, which is an outstanding example of 15th and 16th c. residential architecture in the centre of the old town.
The exhibits evoke the cultural and commercial milestones of Korčula from prehistory to the present. The collections explain traditional crafts; in particular, stonemasonry and shipbuilding which were of essential importance to Korcula. Among the most valuable exhibits are the bronze pendant of Tiziano Aspetti and an 1819 piano played by Beethoven’s close friend, Edith Streicher.
Household objects help to explain everyday life. The old kitchen in the attic makes for a memorable experience.
By visiting the City Museum which is unique in this area, you will experience the cultural and economic past of Korčula from prehistory to the modern period.

Single ticket: €6
Ticket for groups of 10 or more people: €4
Entrance ticket for students on an organized visit: €2
Professional guidance in Croatian: €20
Professional guidance in English: €30


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