Opened in 1990 this museum is dedicated to the events and horrors of World War 1.
Twelve rooms make up the collection of maps, photos, artefacts, uniforms, tools, arms and mementos along with a film and a cavern showing a soldier writing his last letter to his father. Over 22 nations lost soldiers in the Isonza battle and during the 29 months over 10,000 soldiers died.
Open 9am - 6pm on weekdays and 9am - 7pm at weekends
Entrance prices (approx.)
5 € Adults
4 € Retired persons
4 € Students (University, Secondary levels)
2,5 € Schoolchildren
For more information on the museum please click Kobarid Museum