Culture & Art

Croatian History Museum Zagreb

Hrvatski Povijesni Muzej

The museum was founded in 1846 and is located in the Vojkovic Palace it has as purpose to look after and present Croatian cultural and historical heritage from the Early Middle Ages until today. The collection of the museum is dived into multiple departments. However, the museum has no permanent  exhibition.

  • Archaeological collection
  • Documentary collection
  • Map collection – old high quality maps of 16th – 18th century
  • 20th Century art collection
  • Numismatic collection (coins, paper currency, tokens and bonds)
  • Religious artefacts collection
  • Photographs, negatives and films collection
  • Heraldry and sphragistic collection (grants of arms, coats-of-arms, genealogies, seal stamps and seals)
  • Stone monuments collection
  • Collection of medals, plaques, badges and decorations
  • Uniform collection
  • Arms and armoury collection – development of arms from 9th – 20th century
  • Everyday objects collection
  • Paintings, Prints and Sculpture collection – portraits of Croatian Kings
  • Collection of Flags and Streamers

Opening hours
Monday – Friday 10.00 – 18.00
Saturday – Sunday 10.00 – 13.00
closed on national holidays

A.G. Matosa 9, 10000 Zagreb

telephone +385 1 4851 900

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