Croatian Museum of Architecture collects and explores the history of Croatian architecture. Situated in a beautiful Villa Ehrlich-Marić dating back to 1891.
TIP: THERE IS NO PERMANENT DISPLAY, SO PLEASE MAKE SURE THERE IS AN ONGOING EXHIBITION.
Croatian Museum of Architecture does not have a permanent display. In fact, they continuously organize temporary exhibitions. Either from individual authors or to present their holdings.
The museum strives to collect and preserve architectural plans. Mainly from the Croatian Modernism. Today, the collection has about 18.000 copies of various plans, drawings, models, photographs and other documents related to the history of Croatian architecture.
The main purpose of the museum is to obtain and provide their material to all researchers.
Croatian Museum of Architecture opening hours
- Monday – Friday 10:00-16:00
- Wednesday 10:00-19:00
Croatian Museum of Architecture ticket prices
Croatian Museum of Architecture Exhibitions
- Budimir Pervan – from 19 December
What can you see and do at the Croatian Museum of Architecture?
The museum is situated in a beautiful villa, a former summer residence.
It’s a small museum and as there are no permanent displays we suggest checking if there are any ongoing exhibitions.
How to get to the Croatian Museum of Architecture?
We recommend taking UBER or Taxi as it is a bit of an uphill climb.
You can take the public bus from the British square with bus lines 102 or 105. Get off on the third stop, in front of the Museum of Architecture or Vladimir Nazor House.
If you wish to walk, there is a short but steep uphill climb from the Tuškanac Parking Garage.
There is free parking at the nearby Hunting Museum.