The museum occupies the first floor of an old building in the historical part of the city, surrounded by famous touristic sights. The ZAGREB 80’s is dedicated to present past in a new way. Its space is a reconstruction of everyday life in former Yugoslavia in a unique and interactive way that intersects past & future, way of life & heritage, memories & emotions.
Be our guest. Guests are welcome to interact with all the installations. Be inspired and enlightened with ZAGREB in the 80’s!
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.
ZAGREB 80’s encourages visitors to touch, feel and interact with exposition to recall sweet moments, evoke nostalgia and find out the way of life in recent past. To touch history of great things we have today, such as video games, personal computers, mobile phones and other objects which began their rise in the 1980’s.
Now is web, then there were dirty magazines
We knew where Erotika magazine was buried down. Find out where it’s hidden in museum.
Now is VR then was video game
Try functioning after four straight hours on Commodore 64 on a black and white 18 inch television
Now music is in cloud then music was on cassette and vinyl
You might know that song would be playing on the other side of the cassette or vinyl when you flipped it over
Now are hackers’ wars, then was threat of nuclear war
Education on the potential consequences of nuclear war and its prevention are part of the curricula of many schools around the world
Now e-car is the present, then micro car was the future
Just imagine how to get inside in micro car with all you staff.
Named after TOvarna MOtornih koles Sežana which was the single largest Yugoslavian exporter of mopeds to the US
Each object has a story and unique background. Highlights of the exhibition include authentic items such as minuscule old-timer Zastava 750, moped Tomos, legendary video games Atari and Commodore 64 and toys produced by Mehanotehnika. Exhibition is laid out into 6 rooms, each full of artifacts to be explored!
You can purchase entry ticket in person at the box office in the museum
Seniors (age 65+) and Students*: 30kn
Children (3-13): 25kn
Infants (age 0-2): FREE
For group of 10+ visitors***: 30kn per visitor
**family ticket includes 2 adults and 1 child under 13.
*** free entrance for the group leader.
We accept cash, Maestro, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club
Museum ZAGREB 80’s feature is one of the most unique rental spaces in the city, offering inspiration to the photographers for photo shooting, video sessions or advertising background.
We’re also experienced with many different reasons to party like marketing promotions or commercial events.
So, come up with a reason and let the us handle the details.
Behind every object in our exhibition is a story and unique background.
Some objects were donated to our museum by our contributing friends.
You are welcome to offer donation of your 80’s item. Upon item acceptance you will be entitled with a free pass! Once donated to the museum, your contribution becomes part of our collection.
Please fill in the form provided below and our team will contact you.
Please note that due to limited space in the museum we might not accept all offered donations.
34 Radiceva street, 1st floor
10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
Mon-Sun: 10.00 - 22.00
Christmas Eve (24.12): 12.00 - 18.00
St. Stephen’s Day (26.12): 12.00 - 20.00
Closed: Christmas Day (25.12), Silvester (31.12.), New Year (1.1.)
Super cool and unique museum. Everything is interactive and you can touch, wear and feel it all. Very nice
This was a very interesting museum to visit. This museum had an 80's style room and kitchen, video games such as Pong and 80's clothes to try on. It's all interactive and can freely look through everything. It is a very quirky museum and I'd...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).