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Red History Museum

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Red History Museum

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Leslie V wrote a review Jan 10
15 contributions2 helpful votes
The Red History Museum - I am not sure what I was expecting, but WOW! I had the MOST fun and the time of my life! (And I am 55!) To top it off, I learned a lot too! Having spent some time in Russia this year (before COVID) I had started to learn more about Lenin/Stalin and communism and this took off from here! The app you use while in the museum (augmented reality) was a truly neat usage of technology! And it is hands on! ANYONE any AGE would love to explore here. You can open open cabinets and read (in English!) all about the contents. Who knew that Croatia invented Zithromax/Sumamed? I didn't! The replica kitchen was like walking through MY history - my grandmother's kitchen WAS JUST LIKE THIS! She had immigrated to the US from France. But her love of the color orange and decorating style was just like this kitchen. What a nice walk through memory lane..... In the music area you can put on headphones and listen to some really good music. Sometimes you can close your eyes and imagine you are back in this time at YOUR home and think many things were similar (if you were alive in the 60's and 70's) And let's not forget the YUGO at the end! You can get in it! FUN FUN FUN! And so very informative! And the museum guide was SO friendly! She helped me with my phone/Croatian translation/ and had some GREAT advice to boot! You would be remiss to miss this exhibit! HANDS DOWN the most fun I've had in MONTHS!!!!!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Matej Š wrote a review Oct 2020
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Really great museum which reminded me my childhood. Its extremly authentic reminding me of growing up in communist yugoslavia. I recommend this museum and all my family who saw some pictures agreed.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lynnette1990 wrote a review Oct 2020
22 contributions13 helpful votes
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So good. Really so interesting. Very interactive. You can pretty much touch everything and the English is perfect. The owners are super sweet and welcoming explaining to us everything and showing us how to use their interactive virtual reality app which is super cool. I would go again and again. You really feel like you are in that time period.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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John9915 wrote a review Sep 2020
31 contributions2 helpful votes
Just a short cab drive away from the Old Town, but completely worth the journey just to visit. The admission is great value and the overall museum should take you 1-2 hours. Gives a great insight into the history of Communism in Croatia/Yugoslavia and ideology, culture and life of the people that lived there. You can literally touch and examine everything and the staff are really happy to explain any questions you had. Well worth the visit
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Katie S wrote a review Aug 2020
Norwich, United Kingdom11 contributions6 helpful votes
The museum, although small, was interesting and had lots of information on what life was like in Communist Yugoslavia. There was a perfect mix of interpretation panels, objects and visuals. There is also an app you can download which means you can find out more information, though we didn’t particularly feel this added much (was still fun to do!). Very pleasant staff and it’s obvious they have collected lots of objects over the years. Entrance fees to the museum were very reasonable and also included discounted rates for students. Would recommend to learn more about Croatia’s past.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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