|About the museum:
Omiš Municipal Museum is located in a building hard by the eastern city gate, at the entrance into the old core of the city. On a wall of the stone building of the museum is the simple inscription Omiš Municipal Museum in bronze, the work of the sculptor Kažimir Hraste. The entrance into the museum is from a side street through a large iron gate into a yard where stone items from Antiquity with inscriptions are on display. In the ground floor of the museum there is a permanent display of archaeological and historical material related to the town of Omiš and its environs. Particularly prominent are the stone fragments with inscriptions from the ancient settlement of Oneum, a portrait of the Emperor Tiberius, stone fragments from Antiquity and the Middle Ages donated by the Radman family, an inscription of Prince Miroslav, a silk Poljica flag from the time of the Venetian rule, and various materials that enable the history of the town and its importance through the ages to be better known. On the first floor of the museum’s building, as well as in the Onaion Gallery that is located in the next street in the Popovac House (which is looked after by Omiš Municipal Museum) occasional exhibitions can be viewed.