Plan your visit to one of the Museum’s locations

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Governor’s Palace – Museum seat

Trg Riccarda Zanelle 1
51000 Rijeka

Hours

Monday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesday-Saturday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
closed on national and public holidays

Admission

  • HRK 30 (3,98 €)– adults
  • HRK 15 (1,99 €) – children aged 7 to 18, university students who present ID, pensioners
  • HRK 60 (7,96 €) – family
  • free – children under 7 years of age, disabled individuals and persons accompanying them, members of vocational associations, journalists
  • admission is free of charge for all visitors on Thursdays
  • last admission to the Museum is one hour before closing

How to reach us

Lipa Remembers Memorial Centre

Lipa 35
51214 Šapjane

Hours

Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday: open as needed, by prior arrangement
closed on Sundays and national and public holidays

Admission

  • HRK 20  (2,65 €) – adults
  • HRK 10 (1,33 €) – children aged 7 to 18, university students who present ID, pensioners
  • HRK 50 (6,64 €) – family
  • free – residents of the Liburnian karst, children under 7 years of age, disabled individuals and persons accompanying them, members of vocational associations, journalists
  • admission to Memorial Centre is free of charge for all visitors on Thursdays
  • last admission to the Memorial Centre is one hour before closing

How to reach us

Kastav Regional Museum Collection

Prolaz Ivana iz Kastva 1
51215 Kastav

Hours

winter – 1 October to 30 May

Tuesday and Thursday: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Wednesday: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

summer – 1 June to 30 September

Tuesday and Thursday: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

during Bela nedeja young wine festival (the first Saturday, Sunday and Monday in October): 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

closed on national and public holidays

Admission

  • HRK 20  (2,65 €) – adults
  • HRK 10 (1,33 €) – children aged 7 to 18, university students who present ID, pensioners
  • HRK 50 (6,64 €) – family
  • free – children under 7 years of age, disabled individuals and persons accompanying them, members of vocational associations, journalists
  • admission to the Collection is free of charge for all visitors on Thursdays
  • last admission to the Museum Collection is one hour before closing

How to reach us

Notice!

Closed until further notice due to preparation of new permanent display and essential conservation and restoration works.

Kraljevica Shipyard Model Ship Collection

Obala kralja Tomislava 8
51262, Kraljevica

Hours

The Collection can be visited by prior arrangement at ph. no.:

+385 (0)51 55 36 67
+385 (0)91 58 11 550

Admision

free entrance

How to reach us

Cickini Collection of Archaeological Artefacts

Ul. Sveti Vid – Miholjice 103A
51511 Sveti Vid – Miholjice

Hours

The Collection can be visited by prior arrangement at ph. no.:

+385 (0)91 56 34 367

Admision

free entrance

How to reach us

Locations

Pomorski i povijesni muzej Hrvatskog primorja Rijeka

Trg Riccarda Zanelle 1
51000 Rijeka

Muzejska zbirka Kastavštine

Prolaz Ivana iz Kastva 1
51 215 Kastav

Memorijalni centar Lipa Pamti

Lipa 35
51 214 Šapjane

Etnografska zbirka otoka Krka u Dobrinju

Dobrinj 106
51514 Dobrinj

Zbirka arheoloških nalaza Cickini

Ul. Sveti Vid – Miholjice 103A
51511 Sveti Vid – Miholjice

Zbirka maketa brodova brodogradilišta Kraljevica

Obala kralja Tomislava 8
51262, Kraljevica

How to reach us

Governor’s Palace – Museum seat

How do I get there?

You can come to the Museum on foot, by car or bus.

On foot

From downtown, from the Korzo and surrounding streets, cross Trg 128. brigade Hrvatske vojske square and take Stube Crvenoga križa steps to Supilova street. Turn left at the intersection of Supilova and Ulica žrtava fašizma streets to the crosswalk. After crossing the street, turn right toward the entrance to the Museum’s garden.

By car

From the easterly direction, take Janka Polića Kamova, Strossmayerova and Ivana Grohovca streets to Ulica žrtava fašizma street. At the first right enter Trg Riccarda Zanelle square, where the Museum is located.
From the westerly direction, take Krešimirova street to Riva street. At the first possible left turn enter Splitska street and turn left at the traffic light onto Jadranski trg square, keeping to the right side. Turn right at the traffic light and enter Erazma Barčića street. Take that street to the first possible right turn and enter Frana Kurelca street. Continue until the turn into Supilova street, then take that street until the intersection with Ulica žrtava fašizma street. At the intersection, keep right while turning left into Ulica žrtava fašizma street and at the traffic light turn right into Trg Riccarda Zanelle square, where the Museum is located.

By bus

Take city bus no. 3 from Delta to Strossmayerova street, and pass Ivana Grahovca and Ulica žrtava fašizma streets. At the intersection with Pomerio street disembark from the bus and turn right toward the entrance to the Museum’s garden.

Parking

No parking is allowed on the Museum’s grounds. You may park opposite the Museum’s building.
Visitors may also park in the nearby garage at Zagrad A or B, from which one can reach Pomerio street from Ivana Pavla II street and the steps on Erazma Barčića street. Turn right to reach the crosswalk, then right again to Trg Riccarda Zanelle square, where the Museum is located.

Entrance

The Museum’s garden is entered through the wrought-iron gate, while a paved carriageway without physical barriers leads to the Museum’s entrance. Climb a single step to enter the Museum.
If you experience difficulty entering, press the button for the bell on the right side of the entrance door, adapted to persons in wheelchairs.

Admissions desk

The admissions desk and information and sales counter are situated to the right of the entrance. Admission passes and museum publications and souvenirs can be purchased here, and you can pick up brochures and a map of the Museum in Croatian or English to make it easier to navigate the permanent display.

Exhibition hall – permanent display

The permanent display is installed on the ground level and first and second floors of the Palace. The Lapidarium is in the Museum’s garden, while a part of the permanent display is also held in the Miracle Room workshop.

Exhibition halls on ground level and first floor

Besides brochures, the Museum map and the labels in the display areas, visitors can also use the information boards in the permanent display on the first floor. The information on these boards is in Croatian and English.

Visitors also have at their disposal the audio guide “Tia Travels Through 120 Years of the Governor’s Palace” in Croatian and English. It is primarily intended for children and is tied to the former residential sections occupied by Rijeka’s governors.

Restroom

The restroom is on the first floor and is not disability accessible.

Persons with impaired mobility

Persons with impaired mobility can enter the Museum by prior arrangement at its northern side with the help of a staff member. Due to the narrow stairway, persons with impaired mobility can only tour the displays on the ground level and first floor.
Persons in wheelchairs who do not want to tour the Museum on their own may seek assistance from the staff.
The Museum does not have a lift.

Blind, seeing-impaired and blind and deaf persons

The permanent display – with the exception of the “Claustra +” educational info point – is not adapted to blind, seeing impaired or blind and deaf persons.

Persons with developmental and learning disabilities

Special guided tours and creative workshops may be arranged for persons with developmental and learning disabilities.

Audio guide

The audio guide in Croatian and English is called “Tia Travels Through 120 Years of the Governor’s Palace.”

Lipa Remembers Memorial Centre

How do I get there?

You can travel to the Memorial Centre by car or bus.

By car

Depart from Rijeka on Prvoga maja or Tizianova streets to Osječka street. At the Škurinje intersection turn left toward Opatija and take road E61. Before Rupa turn right to Lipa.

By bus

Suburban bus line no. 30 goes to Lipa. The first stop is at Delta, in the heart of Rijeka, and the final stop is Lipa. After leaving the bus, it is a roughly 100 m, slightly uphill walk to the Memorial Centre’s building.

Bus schedule

The schedule and network of suburban lines can be found at the public transit company’s (Autotrolej) site:
https://www.autotrolej.hr/att/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/l22-23-30-06092021.pdf
https://www.autotrolej.hr/att/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/autotrolej_mreza_prigradskih_linija.pdf

Parking

Parking is allowed in the immediate vicinity of the Memorial Centre.

Entrance

The Memorial Centre’s entrance is at street level, but is protected from the street by a two-meter long fence which must be bypassed at the entrance. When passing through the door watch out for a low step.

Admission desk

The admission desk and information and sales counter are situated in a separate room to the right of the entrance. Admission passes and publications may be purchased here, as well as all information on the display and occasional exhibitions.
Admission with a guide dog is permitted.

Exhibition hall – permanent display

The labels in all exhibition halls are in Croatian and English.

Restroom

The restrooms are on the Memorial Centre’s ground floor; they are not disability accessible.

Persons with impaired mobility

Persons with impaired mobility may tour the display on the ground floor, which is all at the same level, but they may have difficulty viewing the exhibits in the basement and upper floor as they can only be accessed by stairs.
The Memorial Centre has no lift.

Blind, seeing-impaired and blind and deaf persons

The permanent display is not adapted to blind, seeing impaired or blind and deaf persons

Persons with developmental and learning disabilities

Special guided tours and creative workshops may be arranged for persons with developmental and learning disabilities.

Kastav Regional Museum Collection

How do I get there?

The Kastav Regional Museum Centre is in the old town core of Kastav at the address Prolaz Ivana iz Kastva 1.
You can get to the Collection on foot, by car or bus.

On foot

Set off from the town cemetery down Matka Mandića street, cross Trg Matka Laginje square and then go through the town gate – ‘the little vault’ – after which you go left and take the stairs to the Collection.

By car

Depart from Rijeka on Prvoga maja or Tizianova streets to Osječka street. At the Škurinje intersection turn left toward Pula/Ljubljana/Trieste. Take road E61 to the Diračje intersection and then turn right toward Kastav. After arriving in the centre of Kastav, watch for signs to the public parking lot. The Collection is a short, easy uphill walk from the parking lot.

By bus

Suburban bus lines 18 and 18b from Rijeka and line 37 from Opatija go to Kastav. Disembark at Šporerova jama or Kastav cemetery stops, whence you can find the Collection by following signs to the town centre.
Bus schedule available at:
https://www.autotrolej.hr/linije/prigradske-linije/

Parking

Free parking is available in the immediate vicinity of the old town centre of Kastav.

Entrance

The Collection can only be accessed by stairs.

Admission desk

The curator must be contacted to visit the Collection.
Admission with a guide dog is permitted.

Exhibition hall – permanent display

The labels in all exhibition halls are in Croatian and English.

Restroom

The Collection has no visitor restrooms.

Persons with impaired mobility

Persons with impaired mobility may have difficulty accessing the Collection because it can only be reached by stairs.

Blind, seeing-impaired and blind and deaf persons

The permanent display is not adapted to blind, seeing impaired or blind and deaf persons.

Kraljevica Shipyard Model Collection

How do I get there?

The Collection is located in the Kraljevica Shipyard’s ceremonial hall. The Collection may be visited by appointment, and an identification document must be presented at the shipyard’s front gate.

The Collection may be reached by car or bus.

By car

When arriving in Kraljevica, just south of the St. Nicholas Church there is a parking lot on the shore not far from the Shipyard.

By bus

Suburban bus lines no. 29 and 29a, which depart from Delta in Rijeka, stop in the centre of Kraljevica. The bus schedule can be found at:
https://www.autotrolej.hr/

Restroom

The Collection has no visitor restrooms.

Persons with impaired mobility

Persons with impaired mobility may tour the Collection as it is located on ground level.

Blind, seeing-impaired and blind and deaf persons

The permanent display is not adapted to blind, seeing impaired or blind and deaf persons

Cickini Collection of Archaeological Artefacts

How do I get there?

The Collection may be reached by car or bus.

By car

Take road E65 from Rijeka in the direction of Crikvenica/Zračna luka Otok Krk/Bakar/D8. At the traffic circle, take the exit for the Krk Bridge. Follow the signs and turn right toward Malinska and then continue on Dubašljanska street to another traffic circle and take the second exit toward Sv. Vid-Miholjice street.

By bus

The bus for Malinska departs from the bus station at Žabica in Rijeka. After disembarking from the bus in the centre of Malinska, it is a roughly 20 minute walk to the Collection, which is in the community of Sveti Vid-Miholjice.

Schedule

The bus schedule can be found at:
https://www.autotrolej.hr/

Parking

Parking is available in the immediate vicinity of the Collection.

Entrance

Entrance to the collection is at street level.

Exhibition hall – permanent display

The labels in all exhibition areas are in Croatian.

Restroom

The Collection has no visitor restrooms.

Persons with impaired mobility

Persons with impaired mobility may tour the Collection as it is located on ground level.

Blind, seeing-impaired and blind and deaf persons

The permanent display is not adapted to blind, seeing impaired or blind and deaf persons

Group visit

Governor’s Palace

GUIDED TOUR IN CROATIAN

Guided tour for primary and secondary school pupils – HRK 50.00

Individual guided tour in Croatian – HRK 70.00 for a group of up to 5 persons

Guided tour in Croatian – HRK 100.00 for a group of up to 10 persons

Guided tour in Croatian – HRK 180.00 for a group of up to 25 persons

GUIDED TOURS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES (English, Italian, German)

Guided tour for primary and secondary school pupils – HRK 70.00

Individual guided tour in foreign language – HRK 100.00 for a group of up to 5 persons

Guided tour in foreign language – HRK 180.00 for a group of up to 10 persons

Guided tour in foreign language – HRK 250.00 for a group of up to 25 persons

 

Guided tours at other museum locations are free of charge.

Guided tours must always be arranged in advance at +385 (0)51 55 36 66 or e-mail info@ppmhp.hr.

 

 

Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral

Trg Riccarda Zanelle 1
51000 Rijeka

info@ppmhp.hr
+385 51 213 578

Contact us via the contact form

Frequently Asked Questions

What can the Museum’s premises be used for?

The Museum’s premises can be used commercially or non-commercially to hold cultural, scholarly, educational and humanitarian events, as well as sporting and hobbyist events and other programmes or activities such as exhibitions, seminars, protocol ceremonies, assemblies, meetings, conferences, weddings (organized by the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County Registar’s Office), promotions, etc.

Where can information on the availability of facilities and equipment, rates and booking options be found?

The manner of and conditions for use of the Museum’s premises are regulated by its Rules and Rate Schedule, which can be found at the link.
To book facilities and equipment, you have to complete the request at this link: https://ppmhp.hr/dokumenti/koristenje_prostora/ppmhp_zahtjev.pdf – so that we can notify you whether we have everything you need at our disposal.

The request for temporary or occasional use of the Museum’s premises (hereinafter: Request) is submitted by the user to the Museum in writing not less than 15 (fifteen) days prior to the planned use of the Museum’s premises. The Request is an integral component of the aforementioned Rules.

The Request may be submitted by e-mail, regular mail or personally.

How can a group visit to the Museum be organized?

The possibilities for organizing group visits can be found at the link https://ppmhp.hr/en/visit-us/#groupvisit

How can you get an insight into the museum material?

Insight into the museum material and the documentation is explained at the link.

How can specific items be donated to the Museum?

If you need information on the donation or purchase of items, please contact uprava@ppmhp.hr. The Museum acquires materials in compliance with its Rules governing the methods for the acquisition of museum materials, which regulate acquisition procedures.

The curator will contact you to make arrangements for a potential inspection of the materials and the subsequent procedures. A more detailed description of the methods for acquisition of museum materials can be found at the following link:
https://ppmhp.hr/dokumenti/pravilnici/Ppmhp_pravilnik_o_nacinu_stjecanja_muzejske_grade_objava.pdf

Can motor vehicles be parked in the Museum’s garden?

Parking of vehicles in the garden is permitted exclusively for deliveries required by the Museum and users of its premises, and during protocol events, at which time entry is allowed to a maximum of four vehicles.

How are educational workshops in the Museum organized?

Educational workshops are organized for individual categories of visitors. You can find all information about workshops and their organization at the following link: https://ppmhp.hr/en/the-miracle-room/

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