This light and spacious 19th-century building was designed by Herman Bolle, who was also responsible for the façade of Zagreb Cathedral. Inside you’ll find a vast array of period furniture, clocks, and light fittings, displayed in chronological order from the Baroque period up to the 20th century, giving some idea of how people’s homes once looked. I’d recommend it for those interested in design and design history, who could easily while away a couple of hours here.
The Museum for Arts and Crafts
Trg Maršala Tita 10
Our Rating Hours Tues–Sat 10am–7pm; Sun 10am–2pm Phone 01/488-21-11 Prices Admission 30kn Web site The Museum for Arts and Crafts
MapTrg Maršala Tita 10 Zagreb
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