The Maritime Museum is located on the square of the Boka Navy, in the old town. It is the palace of Gregory, dating from the 17th century, which houses the Maritime Museum of Montenegro. The museum's collection is very rich and anyone who wants to learn all about the fascinating maritime history of Boka Kotorska and Montenegro in general should not bypass this museum.
The museum's permanent exhibit covers the period from the founding of the Montenegrin Navy, from the ninth century until the end of World War II.
Some of the most significant exhibitions are: Prominent figures from the maritime past, the relief of Boka Kotorska from 1931, the Illyrian amphorae, the earthquake of 1979 in bronze relief, the siege of Kotor by Hajrudin Barbarosa in bronze relief, the coat of arms of Venice, old maps of Boka Kotorska from 16th to 19th centuries. models of sailing ships, portraits of famous captains, paintings of Captain Marko Martinovic and the Russian Bolsheviks, a salon from the 19th century that belonged to the Ivelic family, a salon of the Florio family of Prčanj from the 19th century, old bokeh furniture, dressers, venetian mirrors, Chinese vases, women's jewelry from the 17th, 18th and 19th century, a room with weapons (sabers, rifles, knives, cannons), ship's instruments, bottles for sending love messages over the sea, models of Jugoceanija cargo ships, a shipbuilding department, Boka’s and Montenegrin men's and women's folk costumes, as well as a room with the Bokeh Navy costume, from the youngest to the oldest admiral.
The keys of Kotor are also on display in the museum, numerous decorations, as well as a gold medal of the Bokeh Navy, which was handed over to the President of Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito.
In a separate room on the TV screen you can see what the famous Navy circuit looks like.
Ticket price for the Maritime Museum
Regular ticket price: € 4,00
Reduced ticket price: € 1.00 - for children and students
Reduced ticket price: € 1.50 - for groups of more than 10 people
Working hours of the Maritime Museum
Summer hours: from 9:00am to 9:00pm
Winter hours: from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Author of the text:
Marijana Niković licensed tourist guide for Montenegro.
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