About the Museum

Trilj Regional Museum is one of the youngest Croatian museums. It was founded by the Town of Trilj in 1996.

The museum is located in the former parish house, which was adapted for museum purposes and opened for public in 2006, thanks to support of the Town of Trilj and the Ministry of Culture of Croatia. It presents itself to museum audience through thematic exhibits, educational workshops, lectures and similar events.

The Museum aims to research, conserve, document, present and communicate the cultural heritage of Trilj region, as well as to actively participate in the life of the local community and represent the heritage of Trilj region both domestically and internationally. Trilj Regional Museum collects, researches, conserves and documents the cultural heritage of Trilj region and presents it through archaeological, ethnographic, numismatic and cultural and historical collections.

The results of systematic archaeological research of legionary camp Tilurij, located in the village of Gardun (near Trilj), are presented through our permanent exhibition “Tilurij – a Roman military camp”, while the exhibited Ethnographic collection reflects the traditional way of life at the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century.

 

Adults 10,00 kn
Children and Students 5,00 kn
Groups (min. 10 people) 5,00 kn
Museum Staff 0,00 kn

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