ABOUT THE MUSEUM
The Homeland War Museum in Split is a specialized historical museum dedicated to showcasing the events of the Homeland War from 1990 to 1995, a crucial period in the history of the Republic of Croatia. Its exhibits and museum concept are designed to offer insight into the Homeland War within the region spanning from the southern slopes of Velebit to the Southern Front. Additionally, the museum highlights significant events and military operations from other areas of Croatia affected by the conflict and the hardships endured during wartime. This comprehensive approach ensures a thorough and well-rounded portrayal of the war events during the Homeland War.
gathering, researching, safeguarding, preserving, presenting
The Homeland War Museum in Split is dedicated to gathering, researching, safeguarding, preserving, and presenting both tangible and intangible assets stemming from the Homeland War.
The primary task of the Museum is the systematic collection, preservation, expert maintenance, organization, conservation, and permanent protection of materials related to the Homeland War. The Museum aims to honor the positive values of the Homeland War and educate the general public. Special emphasis is placed on educating the citizens of Split and its environs, including children, students, young families, and the elderly, about the Homeland War and promoting the truth about it. The Museum's task is to be a scientific center dedicated to researching the history of the Homeland War and warfare in general as unfortunate constants in world history. The Museum's role is to promote peace and tolerance in society.