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All reviews private collection fine art impressive collection van dyck oil paintings love art temporary exhibition middle ages beautiful building works of art couple of hours well worth the visit on display lower town artifacts rembrandt painters
Is you love art like me, this I the place to get lost for couple of hours , the museum is big, lovely architecture, people working in there are friendly and polite. Toilets are clean, you have access by a lift or stairs.
we did not realize the extend of this collection. It goes from pre history to almost current times. We particularly enjoy the paintings. Certainly worth the visit. The museum is also located in a very nice area of the city. Not to miss.
True, it was a planned stop in our tour of Zagreb, but it was a bit due to the rain, which changed our plans. And we were not sorry. It is a nice museum, with a floor of interesting paintings and a floor dedicated to...More
I hadn't read about this museum in advance but so happy I stumbled upon it. What a collection! Cleanly laid out and a nice mix of artifacts/antiques and European fine art. We were happy to stumble across a couple Renoirs. A nice bonus! So many...More
Was on a short trip in Zagreb and wanted to visit a museum. I was highly impressed by the collection: from Asian treasures to medieval pieces to European furniture to a very wide collection of paintings including highlights from Velasquez, Manet, Delacroix, Rembrandt etc.
From the outside building looks really impressive. Inside you can see different permanent exhibits (ancient Rome and Greece, oil paintings, old clocks, things made of ivory...) I was lucky while temporary exhibition of 60's was on, so it was really cool.
Favorite museum in Zagreb and Croatia. Of the total of 3,700 varied works of art, more than 1,500 exhibits constitute permanent holdings, dating from the prehistoric period up to the 20th century. Big collection of Ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt and beyond. Very nice collection of...More
I plan to visit the Mimara Museum on Thursday, 6/19, which is supposed to be a wet and rainy day. I am looking for a restaurant or cafe nearby the museum where I can get out of the rain, get something hot to drink and yummy to eat, and may even have Wi-fi. Any ideas are appreciated! Thanks!
June 17, 2014|
The only suggestion I have is that you cross the road opposite to museum entrance and turn right. Walk 100m and you will find a tram station and Glembaj cafe there. Hope it helps.