Opening hours and reservations

Tuesday - Sunday from 10am to 6pm, mondays closed

Due to the fact that tours of the museum take place in limited groups of 15 to 20 people and are timed, it is necessary to book exact time and date of your visit in advance.

Admission prices

from 1st of November to Easter

  • Individual admission

    50 HRK
  • Children aged between 12 and 18, students, senior citizens over 65

    25 HRK
  • Family admission (parents + 2 children up to the age of 12)

    75 HRK
  • Group admission for parties comprising 10+ visitors (per person)

    40 HRK
  • Island citizen ticket

    30 HRK
  • Island citizens family ticket (parents + 2 children up to the age of 12)

    50 HRK
  • Island citizens ticket for children aged 12 and 18, students, senior citizens over 65

    20 HRK

from Easter to 1st of November

  • Individual admission

    75 HRK
  • Children aged between 12 and 18, students, senior citizens over 65

    40 HRK
  • Family admission (parents + 2 children up to the age of 12)

    115 HRK
  • Group admission for parties comprising 10+ visitors (per person)

    60 HRK
  • Island citizen ticket

    40 HRK
  • Island citizens family ticket (parents + 2 children up to the age of 12)

    60 HRK
  • Island citizens ticket for children aged 12 and 18, students, senior citizens over 65

    30 HRK

Free admission

children under the age of 12; preschool and school groups from the town of Mali Lošinj; tour guides and group leaders; members of professional associations (CAA, CMA, ICOM - with a valid members card); archaeology, restoration and art-history students with a valid student ID; croatian war veterans and the children of killed and missing croatian soldiers (holding a valid proof of their status)

Free admission for all the visitors is possible every first Tuesday in a month from 10 AM to 1 PM

Footnotes

- Opening of the museum outside of the working hours – 100 HRK per visit
- Group visit announcements – 7 to 10 days prior to the date of visit, by telephone or e-mail
- The Museum is adapted for people with walking disabilities