Reflecting the area's rich maritime traditions, the Naval Heritage Collection is housed in a beautifully restored building and tells the remarkable story of the Adriatic’s maritime past. Showcasing over 300 artefacts, from Yugoslav submarines to the diaries of Montenegro's Princess Ksenija, Austro-Hungarian ship equipment and industrial machines, some of them more than 100 years old, the airy, light-filled space attracts visitors young and old.
For many though, the star attraction remains the colossal P821 submarine standing proudly across the street from the NHC building. After investing some 100,000 euros in the submarine's restoration, Porto Montenegro will open the P821 to the public this July.
The interior of this war vessel will be returned to its former labour state. A multimedia corner will also be installed, to highlight just what it was like to live onboard. Those performing the restoration include members of the 88th submarine fleet of the former Yugoslav Navy.
Themed exhibitions are displayed throughout the year at the NHC in addition to the permanent collection pieces. The museum is also available for private hire, offering a unique and intimate venue for parties, receptions, performances.
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