Take a look at the 6 of the best and most unusual museums in Zagreb

Zagreb

Zagreb is well known as a museum Mecca – from classic ones like the Museum of National History to Archaeological museums. However, below are 6 of the best and most unusual museums to visit in Zagreb:

Museum of Broken Relationships

The museum was founded by two Zagreb-based artists, Olinka Vištica, a film producer, and Dražen Grubišić, a sculptor. After their four-year love relationship came to an end in 2003, the two joked about setting up a museum to house the left-over personal items. Three years later, Grubišić contacted Vištica with this idea, this time in earnest. They started asking their friends to donate objects left behind from their break-ups, and the collection was thus started! The museum is nice and small and every element in the museum has a story.

Croatian Museum of Naive Art

The Croatian Museum of Naive Art is a small but great museum. The displayed paintings are interesting and expressive and the exhibitions make you want to know more about this art genre. The paintings are beautiful and very different! Through this museum you will learn a lot about Croatian artists whose work is fantastic!

Museum of Illusions

Thus museum is very good, it is clean and had lots of illusions to look at and a lot of interactive illusions where you can take photos. Despite the illusions being really good for all the family, the museum is quite small and does get very busy.

Croatian Museum of Naive Art

The Croatian Museum of Naive Art is a small but very informative museum. The displayed paintings are so interesting and expressive that the exhibition will make you want to know more about this art genre.

Museum of Illusions

Enter this fascinating world of illusions. You will enter a world that will blow your mind but also give you an opportunity to learn all sorts of things and is sure to be an amazing and unimaginable experience because whatever you see is not what it appears to be!

They offer an in intriguing, visual, sensual and educational experience. It is the perfect place for new experiences and fun with friends and family and it is unique in this part of Europe.

Mimara Museum

The museum has great works of art in many forms, including paintings, sculpture and other artefacts. They are arranged in order that makes sense floor by floor and room by room. It is a touching experience to see these paintings in such an intimate setting. They have a service you can access on wifi in the museum where many items have an audio guide with background information about the piece, its techniques, etc. Definitely bring your smart phone and headset.