Exhibition introduces lively decade in fun and enlightening way.
You are invited to make a step into the apartment where everything remains the golden 80’s.
We were just passing by so we hopped in. Beyond expectation though. It's an open museum, meaning you can touch everything there, e.g. opening the cabinets, playing some vintage video games, etc. To see how people in Yugoslavia lived in the 80's is a lot...More
A fantastic little museum with loads of household artefacts from the 1980s. Great for older people to reminisce, and for young ones to get an insight in to 1980s Yugoslavia! Totally recommended.
So, is it what I expected? Not at all. Was it interesting? Absolutely. Read nothing about it before we came. It is essentially an apartment as one would have expected to find in Zagreb in the 80's. Some of it seemed current, but some of...More
By FOOT: Museum is hidden between major sights situated in Upper Town (Gornji Grad), in old building 34, Radiceva street (the most known and one of the oldest streets in Zagreb). You should go through wooden doors and come up to 1st floor.
By CAR: the museum is in the pedestrian zone, so we recommend you to use municipal parking in the center or park in the nearest indoor garage (Kaptol centar – Nova Ves 17; Langic – Langov trg bb; Tuškanac – Tuškanac 1b).
By BUS: you can use ZET blue bus N150 (Tuskanac – Gornji Grad- Trg bana Josipa Jelačića) and hop off at the stop Kamenita vrata (the Stone gates).