Museums & Galleries

Cultural Institutions

The Split Card is a unique pass allowing you to enjoy the very best of Split, from free museum admissions to discounts at some of the city's best restaurants, shops and service providers! The cost of a Split card is 70,00 Croatian Kuna (about 10€). You can buy Split city card at the Tourist Bureau:


Adress: Obala Hrvatskog narodnog preporoda 9, 21 000 Split, Croatia

Tel: +385 (0)21 360 066

Working hours: Monday – Friday: 08.00-16.00h, weekends: OFF


Address: Peristil b.b., 21 000 Split, Croatia
Tel.: +385 (0)21 345 606
Working hours: Monday - Sunday: 08.00-21.00h


Address: Obala HNP 9, 21 000 Split, Croatia

Tel.: +385 (0)21 360 066

Working hours: Monday - Sunday: 08.00-21.00h

Archaeological Museum
Address: Zrinjsko-Frankopanska 25, 21 000 Split

Working hours: June - September: Monday-Saturday: 09:00-14:00h, and 16:00-20:00h pm, Sunday's closed
October - May: Monday-Friday: 09:00-14:00h, and 16:00-20:00h pm, Saturday: 09:00-14:00h, Sunday's closed

Tel: +385 (0)21 329 340

Croatian Maritime Museum (Gripe Fortress)
Address: Glagoljaška 18, 21 000 Split

Working hours: June - August: 09:00-20:00h, Sundays' by prior arrangement
September-May: 09:00-15:00h, Sundays' by prior arrangement

Tel: +385 (0)21 347 346

Ethnographic Museum
Address: Severova 1, 21 000 Split

Working hours: June - September 15th: 09:30-20:00h, Sundays': 09:30-13:00h
September 16th-May 31st: 10:00-15:00h, Saturday: 09:00-13:00h, Sundays' by prior arrangement

Tel: +385 (0)21 344 161

Ivan Meštrović Museums - Meštrović Gallery and the Crikvine - Kaštilac
Address: Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića 46/39, 21 000 Split

Working hours: May - September: Tuesday-Sunday: 09:00-19:00h, closed Mondays' and holiday
October-April: Tuesday-Saturday: 09:00-16:00h, Sunday: 10:00-15:00h, closed Mondays' and holiday

Tel: +385 (0)21 340 800

Museum of Croatian Archeological Monuments
Address: Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića 18, 21 000 Split

Working hours: 09:00-13:00h, 17:00-20:00h, Saturday: 09:00-14:00h, closed Sundays'

Tel: +385 (0)21 323 901

Museum of Fine Arts
Address: Ulica kralja Tomislava 15, 21 000 Split

Working hours: 10:00-18:00h, Saturday and Sunday: 10:00-14:00h, closed Mondays'

Tel: +385 (0)21 350 112

Split City Museum
Address: Papalićeva 1, 21 000 Split

Working hours: June - September: 08:30-22:00h

Tel: +385 (0)21 360 171


Where and what to see.

Emanuel Vidović Gallery
Address: Poljana kraljice Jelene b.b., 21 000 Split

Working hours: June-September: 08:30-22:00h

Tel: +385 (0)21 360 155

The Split Cathedral Treasury
Address: Kraj sv. Duje 5, 21 000 Split

The Treasury holds a collection of golden artefacts and church garments from the Romanesque, gothic and baroque period. Some of the highlights include the pyx from 1522, Croatia’s oldest manuscript Evangelistar from the 8th century, the Supetar Kartular from the 9th century and Historia Salonitana by Toma Arhiđakon from the 13th century.


Galić Art Salon
Address: Marmontova 3, 21 000 Split

Working hours: July-September: 10:00-12:00, 18:00-23:00h, closed Sundays'
October - November: 10:00-12:00h, 17:00-22:00h, closed Sundays'

Kula Gallery
Address: Kralja Tomislava 10, 21 000 Split

Working hours: 09:00-12:00h, 17:00-21:00h, Saturday: 09:00-13:00h, closed Sundays'

Photo Club Split
Address: Marmontova 5, 21 000 Split

Working hours: 10:30-12:30h and 18:30-22:00h, Saturday: 10:30-12:30h, closed Sundays'

The cellars of Diocletian's Palace

Working hours: June-September: 08:30-22:00h
October: 08:30-21:00h, Sunday: 09:00-17:00h


As you stroll through Split, it’s hard to miss the monasteries, chapels and churches which are a major part of the city’s history. Our little IYP tourist guide simply has to mention some of the grand holy sites that inexplicably reverberate the message ‘take out your camera and start snapping’. And with every snapshot, comes a story.

The gothic church of The Holy Spirit is located on Trogirska Street and further on is the renaissance church of Saint Rocco which dates back from 1516; it’s situated on Peristil. Here you can get loads of tourist advice and information. Venture down to the south of Peristil where there are two chapels, Gospa od Pojasa (Our Lady of the Belt) from 1544 and Gospa od Začeća (Our Lady of Conception) from 1650. In Veli Varoš on the Marjan down hills, you can see the Church of Saint Nicholas built from the 12th century and on its right, there is the Church of the Holy Cross with its baroque bell tower.