Exhibitions and Museums in Zagreb
The Zagreb museums and art collections possess exhibits from the whole world round of very considerable historical and artistic value. Most of the Zagreb museums are closed on Monday. The Zagreb-card ensures free or discounted entry to most of the Zagreb museums.
The Archaeological Museum
The museum disposes of an incredible amount of 400.000 historical objects, containing rare samples from the different cultures of the territory and around the world. The most significant parts are the Egyptian collection, the Etruscan items, and a larger section set aside for the era of the Roman period.
Nikola Subic Zrinski Square 19
Tel: +385 1 48-73-101
The museum stores over an attractive collection 3500 works of art, dating from prehistoric times, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, Pre-Columbian America, Crete, Greece, Etruria, Rome and early medieval Europe. To the French masters Renoir, Degas and Manet. Donated to the Croatian nation by Ante Topic Mimara, the unique collection was first exhibited in 1987.
Roosevelt Square 5
Tel: +385 1 48-28-100
Museum of Arts and Crafts
The Museum's holdings are very diverse from furnishing, clocks, photography to sculpture, musical instruments, printing and toys. The permanent exhibition opened in the 19th century, it was brought up to date in 1995.
Trg Marsala Tita 10, Donji Grad
Tel: +385 1 48-26-922