Game of Thrones Museum Split

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The Games of Thrones Museum is an attraction in the Old Town of Split. There are different opinions from visitors about the museum. While some of the museum-goers cannot understand how they could pay 14 euros for such a small and unimportant museum, others are totally enthusiastic about the exhibition. These are mostly fans of the series Game of Thrones, one of the most successful series in recent decades, also in the USA and in the English-speaking world. Parts of the successful series were filmed in Split, hence the museum here. Other parts were filmed in and around Dubrovnik: See our article Game of Thrones Dubrovnik

Online tickets for the Game of Thrones Museum Split are available here.

Entrance fee to the Game of Thrones Museum Split (Croatia)

As far as we know, the museum costs 14 euros entry, the price applies to online tickets and to tickets at the entrance. Due to the gigantic rush, it is better to buy the tickets in advance online using this link.

Opening times Game of Thrones Museum Split

These vary greatly depending on the season. There is no day off. In summer from around 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. In winter approximately from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the off-season opening hours are longer than in winter, but shorter than in summer.

Directions Game of Thrones Museum Split

You can only get directly to the exhibition on foot, as it is in a car-free, narrow street in the old town of Split. The series museum is less than 100 meters from the Golden Gate, the main entrance to Diocletian’s Palace. Address: Bosanska ul. 9 (easy to find once you’re in the palace).

Online tickets for the Game of Thrones Museum Split are available here.

What can you see in the Game of Thrones Museum Split (Croatia)?

First of all, all kinds of things from the series like weapons, clothing, etc. Also a lot of information about the parts of Game of Thrones that were filmed in Croatia – like KIngs Landing or Meereen. We thought the three-eyed raven and the dragon head from the fantasy series were great. Everything in the small museum is well done, there are guides who explain everything etc. We liked it, although the entrance fee was a bit high for such a small exhibition. But the museum has a lot of visitors, there are a lot of Game of Thrones fans. Quite a few people come to Split and Dubrovnik because of the series.

A little tip: Almost opposite the museum is a small shop with lots of Game of Thrones souvenirs like cool T-shirts.

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