- Zagreb City Museum
Zagreb City Museum
The Museum of the City of Zagreb was established in 1907 by the Association of the Brethren of the Croatian Dragon. The Museum’s permanent display deals with topics from the political, ecclesiastical, economic, cultural and artistic history of the city. The holdings comprise items arranged systematically in a combined chronological and thematic approach into collections of artistic and mundane objects characteristic of the city and its history. It consists of a number paintings, maps, city views, furniture, flags, military uniforms and coats of arms. A particular section of the Museum is constituted by collections donated to the City of Zagreb. These are the study of the Croatian composer Ivan pl. Zajc, part of the study of city senator and writer August Šenoa, the collection of old packaging donated by Dr Ante Rodin and many others.
Category: Museum Art Palace,
Opatička ulica, Zagreb 10000
45.81839, 015.97479 (45°49’06.2″N, 015°58’29.2″E)
00385 (0)1 485 1361, 00385 (0)1 485 1362
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 10:00-18:00h; Sat: 11:00-19:00h; Sun: 10:00-14:00h
Adults: 30 HRK (3.90 EUR); groups (10 people), students, seniors: 20 HRK (2.60 EUR); groups (students and seniors-10 people): 15 HRK (2 EUR), family ticket (for families with children younger than 15 years): 50 HRK (6.60 EUR)
GPS coordinates: 45.81839, 015.97479 (45°49’06.2″N, 015°58’29.2″E)
Address: Opatička ulica, Zagreb 10000
The Zagreb City Museum is located around 650m away from the main Ban Jelačić Square in Opatička Street (upper town)
If you are driving with a car, show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do Muzeja grada Zagreba koji se nalazi oko 650 metara od glavnog zagrebačkog Trga bana Jelačića u Opatičkoj ulici (gornji grad). Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema Muzeju grada Zagreba koji se nalazi oko 650 metara od glavnog zagrebačkog Trga bana Jelačića u Opatičkoj ulici (gornji grad). Hvala!
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