Museum of Fine Arts Split

The main art museum of the city of Split.

Located in the site of a former military hospital, nestled in one of the five Baroque bastions that had defended the city of Split, Museum of Fine Arts is Split’s leading art gallery. Its exhibition area is spread over two floors, with the ground floor housing the permanent and temporary exhibitions of contemporary art, including painting, sculpture, video, multimedia and installations, while its upper floor houses the exhibition of paintings from the fourteenth century up to the 1960s. The gallery’s most valuable and earliest works are the polyptich of Paolo Veneziano (c. 1345),  the image of Maddona with the Child by the circle of Blaž Jurjev Trogiranin (c. 1425), the image of Maddona with the Child by Giorgio Sciavone (c. 1480), the stone sculpture of St Jerome by Andrea Alessi (c. 1480) and an engraving attributed to Albrecht Dürer (1514). The gallery also features works of prominent Croatian masters like Vlaho Bukovac, Mato Celestin Medović and Emanuel Vidović.

Rate and write a review



Ulica kralja Tomislava 15
Split 21000 Splitsko-dalmatinska županija HR
Get directions
Working Hours Tuesday - Friday: 10:00 - 18:00 Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 - 14:00 Closed on Mondays and holidays. Entrance fees Adults Permanent exhibition: 40,00 kn Temporary exhibition: 20,00 kn Pupils, Students and Seniors Permanent exhibition: 20,00 kn Temporary exhibition: 10,00 kn Free entrance for artists, art school students, art academy & history of art students, members of ICOM, CIMAM and AICA (with valid membership cards) and children under 7. Find Museum of Fine Arts on Facebook Google Reviews Instagram Tripadvisor
Advertisement