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Museum of Broken Relationships is a physical and virtual public space created with the sole purpose of treasuring and sharing your heartbreak stories and symbolic possessions. It is a museum about you, about us, about the ways we love and lose. At...more
The museum shows dozens of objects related to relationships after they are finished.
Some stories are funny, other very sad.
This was a traveling exhibition before they opened the museum so there are pieces from around the world.
We stumbled upon this while exploring the city and found it to be an entertaining little stop formed out of a creative and all-encompassing idea. Everyone at some time, somewhere has had a relationship end. My wife wanted to know if they had a 'waiting...More
We decided to pop in here whilst doing a walk around the upper town. The museum is small, quirky, weird but also different and unique. I got a bit fedup with having to read lengthy stories, some of which were dull or pointless but equally...More
I said this is a "must see" as I doubt there is another one in the world. It is interesting to read some of the stories of broken relationships. It starts off slightly humorous, but does get sad in some parts. Very interesting idea for...More
Dear Deon B,
For people who want to share their story with us and they want to donate their item, we have a simple form on our official website that they need to fill in. In that form they are required to write their story... More
Dear Deon B,
For people who want to share their story with us and they want to donate their item, we have a simple form on our official website that they need to fill in. In that form they are required to write their story and to fill in some basic information about themselves. After they submit their form, they receive an e-mail confirmation with a printable version of the form that they need to print out and sign at the bottom. Last step is sending the form and an item to our address.
Mostly people submit their items through mail, but some people donate their item when they visit the Museum. We also collect items through our traveling exhibitions. Traveling exhibitions are temporary exhibitions which last for couple of months. While we are presenting our traveling exhibition in another city, we encourage local people to share their story and to donate an item, so our collection keeps growing with every new city we visit.
I hope I gave you an answer you were looking for. If you have any other question, feel free to ask :)
admission price is $3.60, if you are a student, then it is $2.90!
We only accept Croatian currency (HRK) and credit cards (everything but American express). Hope to see you soon!