The beginnings of the Croatian History Museum’s public activity are tied to the National Museum in Zagreb and the opening of its first collections to visitors in the summer of 1846. The Croatian History Museum’s materials number almost 300,000 museum exponents systemized into seventeen museum collections. The Museum’s activities are held on two locations in Zagreb: in the Baroque-era palace in Matoševa street no. 9 and in a section of the Mestrović Pavilion on Fascism Victims Square (Trg žrtava fašizma). All exhibitions and other programmes that are open to the public take place in the Museum’s Baroque palace on Matoševa street. The Croatian History Museum also has operational jurisdiction over the Ivan Goran Kovačić Memorial Museum in Lukovdol, in which a permanent display was opened in 2003.
Monday to Friday 10 am – 6 pm
Saturday to Sunday
10 am – 1 pm
Closed on national and state holidays.
– Adults 10 kuna
– Pupils/students/seniors 5 kuna
– Children under 7 years of age are free of charge.