Automobile Museum (permanently closed)
The museum is located in the building of the former Pluto factory and features 1500 square meters of exhibition space. It offers the presentation, education and promotion of 115 years of automotive culture in Croatia. The museum was founded by car enthusiast Valentino Valjak, and named after Ferdinand Budicki, owner of the first car (Opel) to drive through the streets of Zagreb, in April 1901. Among the museum’s exhibits are a 1922 Ford Model T, a Citroën DS, Volkswagen Beetle, Mini Morris, Renault Formula 3, Jeep Willys and many others. If you’re a fan of motorcycles, you will be happy to find the following exhibits: Tomos, Yamaha, a few Vespas and a few TMZ motorcycles and the like.
If you are seeking for accommodation, near the Automobile Museum you can find Poljak apartment.
Ulica kneza Ljudevita Posavskog, Zagreb
45.808696, 015.998869 (45°48’31.3″N, 015°59’55.9″E)
00385 (0)99 229 0161
Every day and holidays 10:00-19:00h
Adults: 30 HRK (4 EUR); groups: 20 HRK (2.60 EUR); children (5-15 years): 20 HRK (2.60 EUR)
GPS coordinates: 45.809141, 015.998549 (45°48’32.9″N, 015°59’54.8″E)
Address: Ulica kneza Ljudevita Posavskog, Zagreb
Automobile Museum is located around 2km from the main Ban Jelačić Square in Duke Ljudevit Posavski Street (near the Eastern railway station).
If you are driving with a car, show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do Muzeja automobila koji se nalazi oko 2km od glavnog zagrebačkog Trga bana Jelačića u ulici kneza Ljudevita Posavskog (u blizini Istočnog kolodvora). 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 automobila koji se nalazi oko 2km od glavnog zagrebačkog Trga bana Jelačića u ulici kneza Ljudevita Posavskog (u blizini Istočnog kolodvora). Hvala!
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