The Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral Rijeka, which was established in 1961, comprises maritime, historical and cultural, ethnographic and archaeological departments, and is headquartered in the former Governor's Palace, a historicist edifice and protected cultural monument.
In addition to the botanical garden, the museum has a multimedia centre with an aquarium containing species from the Adriatic Sea.
The museum is the city institution engaged in systematic collection, professional and scientific analysis of the museum material thematically related to the industrial, cultural and social (political) history of Rijeka.
The museum houses the collection of the works of art by Rijeka's artists from the 19th century and both Croatian and foreign artists from the 20th and 21st centuries.
The museum has over 2000 exhibits of international and Croatian computer, audio, video and photo technology.
The library and the Mažuranić-Brlić-Ružić collection are located at Pećine, in Rijeka, inside the villa of the famous Rijeka's family Ružić.
The first Croatian museum dedicated to childhood, games, books and toys loved by many generations before they "decided" to become all grown up and serious.
The collection is located in an extremely attractive location, in a gallery above the internal part and the altar of the church, while the treasury is in the atrium of the Cathedral.
The Shrine of Our Lady of Trsat, the oldest Marian shrine in Croatia, which is daily visited by numerous pilgrims both from Croatia and abroad.
The Glagolitic alphabet exhibition in the University Library is a permanent exhibition with 127 items, each telling a story about the extensibility and importance of this alphabet in both Croatian and European cultural history.
Titanic-Carpathia ... 100 years later / Maritime Military Academy, 1866-1914 / Giants of the Sea