Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts was established in 1954. On the Museum’s 60th anniversary, the institution changed its name – from Gallery to the Museum of Fine Arts. The museum is in the Register of Croatian cultural monuments – the List of protected cultural monuments. The building was damaged during the Homeland war, which is visible by the ready-made work of art by Casimir Djurić Messener. The artist painted the place of damage in red. The museum collects, keeps, researches and presents Croatian cultural and artistic heritage, as well as organizes cultural manifestations. The gallery holdings are divided into several collections consisting of paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures and medals.
Ulica Europske Avenije, Osijek 31000
45.560419, 018.683841 (45°33’37.5″N, 018°41’01.8″E)
00385 (0)31 251 280
Tue, Wed, Fri: 10:00-18:00h; Thu: 10:00-20:00h; Sat, Sun: 10:00-13:00h; Closed on Mondays
Adults: 10 HRK (1.30 EUR); students and seniors: 5 HRK (0.65 EUR); annual ticket: 50 HRK (6.60 EUR)
GPS coordinates: 45.560506, 018.683608 (45°33’37.8″N, 018°41’01.0″E)
Address: Ulica Europske Avenije, Osijek 31000
Museum of Fine Arts is located at the crossroad of European avenue and Dragutin Neuman Street (around 500m from the center of Osijek, Ante Starčević Square).
If you are driving with a car, show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do Muzeja likovnih umjetnosti koji se nalazi na križanju ulice Europske avenije i Ulice Dragutina Neumana (udaljen je oko 500 metara od centra grada Osijeka, Trga Ante Starčevića). 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 likovnih umjetnosti koji se nalazi na križanju ulice Europske avenije i Ulice Dragutina Neumana (udaljen je oko 500 metara od centra grada Osijeka, Trga Ante Starčevića). Hvala!
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