Trilj Regional Museum Introduces Virtual Tours to Popularize Heritage of Area

Daniela Rogulj

The Trilj Regional Museum is pleased to announce that a virtual walk through the museum exhibition and other exhibition venues has been successfully realized. The virtual walk includes two exhibition rooms; the archaeological site and ethnographic collection, and museum monuments in which stone monuments are preserved. The virtual walk is integrated with info points that provide information about museum activities, museum exhibitions, and selected exhibits. The purpose of the project, carried out in collaboration with the digital agency L33T, who is behind more than 200 projects of this type, is to popularise the Trilj Regional Museum and the cultural heritage of the area in general.

The 360-degree virtual tour is a contemporary, innovative and interactive presentation of the museum setup using the latest VR technology. Almost 1,000 photos were taken, which were featured in 13 virtual panorama resolutions greater than 200 megapixels. In particular, it features the panorama of Trilj and the surrounding area from above, which very attractively displays the beauty of the Trilj region.

In this way, future visitors will be able to interact with the museum setting, and the initial contact of the virtual user will be transformed into active communication with the exhibition and exhibits. Each info point is accompanied by information in Croatian and English to cover as many local and foreign users as possible.

Virtual walks can be used on all types of devices from a PC, smartphone, or tablet with the option of using virtual eyewear. It is available on the website of the Trilj Tourist Board and at

The project was realized thanks to the cooperation and support of the Trilj Tourist Board, headed by the director Andriana Ivković.


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