Kotor is rich in history, especially sailing history of which the collections are displayed at a museum within Kotor city. The most famous and visited museum in Kotor is the Maritime Museum. It is located on the Square of Boka Marine, number 391.
The museum is open between:
08:00am and 06:00pm except Sundays and holidays (open between 09:00am and 01:00pm) between 15th April and 1st July and between 1st September and 15th October.
08:00am and 11:00pm between 1st July and 1st September except Sundays and holidays (open between 09:00am and 01:00pm)
09:00am and 05:00pm between 15th October and 15th April except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays (open between 09:00am and 12:00pm)
There’s a museum within St Tryphon’s Cathedral where the religious and cultural relics of Kotor are displayed as well as the items from the original church built on here in 809. It is open between 09:00am to 05:00pm in November, December and March
between 09:00am and 08:00pm from April to October
between 09:00am and 01:00pm in January and February.
There’s also an interesting museum, especially for the cat lovers, the Cats Museum. The city has loads of stray cats and not a coincidence to have a museum for its cute inhabitants. It is located in the Old Town of Kotor on Trg Gospa od Andela Stari Grad. There are pictures, postcards and ornaments to do with cats. It’s a small but an interesting museum that is worth to visit.