The Museum of Nin Antiquities exhibits archaeological findings from Nin and the surrounding area dating from prehistoric period to modern times. The permanent exhibition is chronologically presented within seven rooms while stone monuments from the Roman, medieval and post medieval period are exhibited in the lapidary. The largest room-pavilion is dominated by two old Croatian ships from the 11th century. The chronological concept of the exhibition is briefly interrupted by a partial reconstruction of a serilia liburnica, a vessel built without a single nail and used by Histri and Liburni. Each particular historical period is very clearly presented not only by rich archaeological material, but also through thematic and object legends, reconstructions, models, photographs and floor plans.