House of Marin Drzic (Dom Marina Drzica) Tours
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The 16th-century Renaissance playwright Marin Držić is to Croatia what Shakespeare is to Britain and he is revered as the first person to write drama in Croatian; his comic plays are on every school syllabus. He lived a rackety life with little career success but his works were resurrected in the 19th century during the rebirth of Croatian cultural heritage; his plays regained popularity yet again in the 1930s and are still performed each year at summer’s Dubrovnik Festival.
The museum dedicated to Držić is located in the Gothic townhouse in which he was born in 1508. It offers a library of modern texts plus a few set-piece reconstructions using waxwork models of his major characters and period furniture. There’s also an audio-visual presentation of some of his texts; among the displays are temporary modern-art exhibitions and contemporary cartoons.
Široka 7, Dubrovnik. Open June–Sept Mon 10am–6pm, Tue–Sun 9am–10pm; Oct–May Mon 10am–6pm, Tue–Sun 9am–8:30pm. Admission (also includes entrance to the five civic museums, Natural History and Modern Art museums and Gallery Dulčić Masle Pulitika) adults 100 KN; students & children younger than 18 25 KN. Free with the Dubrovnik Card. Best accessed on foot through the pedestrianized streets of Dubrovnik Old Town.
Address: Široka 7, Dubrovnik, Dalmatia 20000, Croatia
Hours: Open June–Sept Mon 10am–6pm, Tue–Sun 9am–10pm; Oct–May Mon 10am–6pm, Tue–Sun 9am–8:30pm
Admission: Adults: 100 KN; Students & Children: 25 KN
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Independent travelers can explore Dubrovnik at their own pace on a self-guided audio tour of the Old City. While guided tours can be constricting and require you to arrange your schedule to suit a group, this easy-to-download map and mp3 file audio guide make it effortless to get started on your own. While listening, you can learn details about the city that you would likely miss without the audio guide.
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Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Dubrovnik may be like a giant stone museum but within its tall walls there are some actual intriguing museums to explore. This guided tour of Dubrovnik's museum's takes you to some places you may have never thought to wander, thus enriching your experience here. Stroll around the medieval Franciscan Monastery, for example, and check out one of Europe's oldest still-functioning pharmacies. Gawk at Renaissance art in the Rector's Palace and learn about the city's rich sailing history at the Maritime Museum, among other museums the guide will take you to.
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What are House of Marin Drzic (Dom Marina Drzica) hours of operation?
House of Marin Drzic (Dom Marina Drzica) hours of operation: Open June–Sept Mon 10am–6pm, Tue–Sun 9am–10pm; Oct–May Mon 10am–6pm, Tue–Sun 9am–8:30pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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