The museum in the Rector's palace was supposed to be one of our top places to visit and the 3-day Dubrovnik card included a free entrance but it was closed due to renovation. Maybe next time.
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We couldn't get in as closed for refurb, but outside architecture is good to see, it is very clean and been well looked after all these years.
Lovely to look at, but unfortunately closed for renovations - got some lovely night photos of the building though and a bride was having wedding photos taken there. Expect it will be stunning when it reopens.
The building had been reconstructed several times by different architects over different periods of time due to damages by earthquakes, fires, explosions etc and thus it is a mixture of the Gothic, Rennaissance and Baroque styles. It is now the home of the history department...More
This amazing historic building is very attractive from the outside. It has a very impressive courtyard and interesting dungeons. Great part of the building is a museum. On the first floor the exhibits are rather average. To be honest, I expected much more. The temperature...More
We didn't know that this place is closed for renovations until May. It is part of the Dubrovnik Card. We should have gotten a discount for not being able to see it!
Its one of many attractions on Dubrovnik. If you visited Greece islands and Malta, you will not be impressed.
The Rector's Palace is a museum with lots of period items to see. It's also a beautiful building inside and out.
Interesting and tumultuous history. It served many purposes as the administrative centre and prison, the courthouse and the rector 's private quarters while in office. There's an interesting exhibition of chests and locks at the basement.