- Revelin Fort&museum
Revelin Fortress and Museum
Nikola Božidarević painted an image depicting St. Blasius, the patron saint of Dubrovnik, holding the Revelin Fortress in his hands. Like many others, the Revelin Fortress served to defend the city entrance and the eastern part of the sea. It was built by Antonio Ferramoilin from Bergamo in an irregular rectangular shape. Today in the fortress you can see two exhibitions: “Revelin” and “The Early Medieval Sculpture of the Archaeological Museum in Dubrovnik” where you can learn more about the objects created in the sculpture schools and during the construction of the two forts. And be sure to visit the garden where various performances during the Dubrovnik Summer Festival take place.
Category: Museum Art Palace, Old town,
St. Dominic’s Street (Old Town), Dubrovnik 20000
42.641948, 018.112241 (42°38’31.0″N, 018°06’44.1″E)
00385 (0)20 324 041
10:00-16:00h, Wed: closed
Adults: 100 HRK (13.20 EUR); students: 25 HRK (3.30 EUR); organized groups up to 10 people: 80 HRK (10.50 EUR)
The price includes 9 museums (The House of Marin Držić, the Ethnographic Museum, Natural History Museum, the Rector’s Palace, Dulčić Gallery, Maritime Museum, Archaeological Exhibitions/Revelin, Dubrovnik Art Gallery, and Atelier Puntika)
GPS coordinates: 42.641948, 018.112241 (42°38’31.0″N, 018°06’44.1″E)
Address: St. Dominic’s Street (Old Town), Dubrovnik 20000
Revelin is located in the Old Town of Dubrovnik, around 60 meters away from the entrance Ploče at St. Dominic’s Street
If you are driving with a car show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas odvezite me do starog djela grada Dubrovnika i ostavite kod gradskih Vrata od Ploča (početak Ulice Frana Supila). Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas uputite me prema Tvrđavi Revelin (nalazi se odmah kod ulaznih Vrata od Ploča, unutra je muzej i disko). Hvala!
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