Zagreb 80’s Museum – Time Travel back to 80s

Zagreb 80’s Museum is set up like an authentic 80s Yugoslavian family apartment. The museum offers a unique experience. Specifically, it is encouraging visitors to touch, feel and interact with exhibits. Check out the newest interactive space in the heart of Zagreb!


Zagreb 80’s Museum is a unique experience. They present an interactive way to compare the past with today. You will get to experience the way of life and reminisce about memories and emotions.
Not to mention, the 80’s were a golden era for music, fashion, technological innovation and excess. The age of great things we have today, such as video games, personal computers and mobile phones.

The Zagreb 80’s Museum is an exhibition that will take you back to the golden ages of vinyl’s, cassettes and typewriters.

Visitors are encouraged to interact with exhibits. Go back in time and seat in supermini old-timer “Zastava 750” (locally known as Fićo). Rest on the retro sofa and watch a Black & White TV or listen to popular records on vinyl in the living room. Play legendary video games on Atari or Commodore 64.
The smell of cookies will bring you to the kitchen and in addition, you will get to learn old but beloved domestic recipes.

Recall sweet memories!

The museum is situated on the first floor in Radićeva Street, close to the Stone gate.
It includes approximately 500 exhibits, displayed in 6 retro designed rooms. Exactly like it was in Zagreb in the 1980’s.

The exhibition is growing since locals have started to donate items.

Zagreb 80’s Museum opening hours

Monday – Sunday 10:00-22.00

Closed during holidays.

Zagreb 80’s Museum ticket prices

Adults – 40 kn
Seniors (65+) and Students – 30 kn
Children from 3 to 13 – 25 kn
Infants (up to 2) are free of charge.

Family ticket – 90 kn (valid for 2 adults and 1 child under 13)

Group 10+ – 30 kn per person

They accept major credit cards.

What can you see and do at Zagreb 80’s Museum?

Visit Zagreb 80’s Museum and find out what Zagreb was like in the 80s. Do not miss out on the opportunity to experience how an ordinary Zagreb family lived during socialism. You will get to play records, dress up, play vintage games, make photos and evoke nostalgia.

Step into a fully interactive space of an ordinary Zagreb family. You are free to touch, hold and interact with all the objects inside the museum.

Children can experience Atari and Commodore and play with Mehanotehnika toys.

You can also purchase authentic and unique souvenirs. Like the cool retro 2018 erotic calendar (no filters, no fillers) or microcar models of Zastava 750.

How to get to Zagreb 80’s Museum?

Zagreb 80’s Museum opened its doors in Radićeva 34. Go through wooden doors and come up to 1st floor.

Accessible on foot from Zagreb ban Jelačić square. Just head north through Radićeva street. Close to the Stone gate.



Radićeva 34, 1st floor


Opening hours

Monday – Sunday 10:00-22:00


Adults – 40 HRK
Seniors (age 65+) and Students – 30 HRK
Children from 3 till 13 – 25 HRK
Infants (age 0-2) – Free

Family ticket * – 90HRK

* 2 adults and 1 child under 13

Group of 10+ visitors – 30 HRK/person

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