Pula Rock gallery

Discover Pula’s Vibrant Rock Heritage at the Rock Gallery Pula


The Pula Rock Galerija, situated at Carrarina 4 in the heart of Pula, Croatia, is a distinguished exhibition space dedicated to celebrating the rich rock and roll heritage of the city and the Istrian region. Housed in the former café of an old bus station, the gallery emerged from a space that lay dormant for 15 years, now transformed into a vibrant homage to local rock music.

The gallery is a must-visit for music enthusiasts, travelers seeking a unique cultural experience in Pula, and admirers of iconic figures from the Croatian rock scene. It offers a splendid journey into the evocative history of Pula Rock, making it a significant spot for understanding the city’s cultural heritage.

Top Highlights

  • The gallery is a tribute to the luminaries of the Pula and Istrian rock scenes, crafted with contributions from local legends like KUD Idijoti, Nenad Marjanović Dr. Fric, and Diego Bosusco Ptica.
  • It held its first project on September 3, 2021, with an exhibition by the acclaimed Belgrade photographer, Blagoje Borislaba Pešića, who presented large format photos of musicians from Istria as part of his extensive photo-monograph LONG-PLAY 1950-2000.
  • In 2022, the gallery participated in the Museum Night event, an esteemed museum manifestation in Croatia, marking its place in the cultural landscape of the city.

When to Visit

The Rock Gallery Pula is open year-round, providing a unique cultural delve irrespective of the season. However, the spring and autumn seasons offer the most pleasant weather for a visit to Pula, making these periods ideal for exploring the gallery.

What is there to see

Visitors can delve into a collection of images and memorabilia featuring notable figures from the Croatian rock scene such as Fritz of KUD Idijot, Romeo Đomlija from Spoons, and many others. The gallery’s exhibits offer a unique glimpse into the vibrant rock music scene that has significantly shaped the city’s cultural narrative.

How long does a visit take

Visit to the Rock Gallery Pula is a leisurely affair, and it’s recommended to allocate at least an hour to thoroughly appreciate the rich history and intriguing exhibits on display.

Local Tips & Tricks

  • It’s beneficial to check for special events and limited-time exhibits in advance to make the most of your visit.
  • Giving yourself plenty of time to explore the gallery is advisable to fully appreciate the essence of Pula’s rock scene.
  • Post-visit, exploring the nearby cafes offers a chance to soak in local life and perhaps discover more local music gems.

Opening hours

The gallery operates from 20:00 to 22:00 during summer (Monday to Saturday) and from 18:00 to 20:00 during winter, remaining closed on Sundays.


For the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding admission prices, it’s advised to consult the gallery’s official resources or contact the gallery directly at rock.galerija.c4@gmail.com.

Contact Info

How to Get Here

  • Twin Gate Pula is situated in the center of Pula on Carrarina street, near the entrance of Zerostrasse and adjacent to King Petar Krešimir Park.

Where to park

  • Given the Cathedral’s proximity to central Pula, there are multiple parking options available.
  • For the most suitable parking locations, kindly refer to the where-to-park section. This guide encompasses all recommended parking spots for your convenience.


Dive deep into Pula’s rock roots and immerse yourself in a rhythm that has shaped a city. The Rock Gallery Pula awaits!

How much time should I spend at the Rock Gallery Pula?
A visit typically lasts 1-2 hours, but rock enthusiasts might linger longer.
Are guided tours available?
Information on guided tours can be obtained from their official website or at the entrance.
Is photography allowed inside the Rock Gallery?
Generally, yes, but flash photography may be restricted. Always check the guidelines.
How frequently is the exhibit updated?
The gallery is dynamic, with periodic updates and special exhibits.
Are there any nearby attractions to combine with my visit?
Yes! The Italian Community and several local cafes are nearby for a fuller Pula experience.