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We were on a group tour, but this can easily be done as individuals. What is very special to see is the humble beginnings of Tito and his birthplace. The rest of the village was set up to easily see the lifestyle of the villagers...More
The Kumrovec village is one big museum, it is nice, but all you can do is done under 25min and it is expensive, as you will be forced to pay 5 euro per person for a 25min fun with just walking among 20 houses in...More
Stopped here as part of a tour group. This is a well preserved historical village with many displays of old farm equipment, wagon, sled, wells, cook stoves and ovens. Beautiful countryside. Free range chickens and corn drying from rafters. Birt place of Marshall Tito and...More
I am out of words! To be in a house where Tito was born, to walk the streets he walked ... out of words! AMAZING!
Everything is well preserved, clean, neat, spacious ... it is a GEM!!!
Out of words! Must see this place to...More
Kumrovec a village north of Zagreb , birth place of Josif Bros (Tito) President of Yugoslavia until 1980 and the village is now an open air museum in Memory of Josif Tito. The village is very well preserved and clean. You can go in and...More
This village is the well preserved birthplace of the revered Josip Broz Tito. It nicely depicts the local way of life a century ago but also demonstrates the respect for Tito
that people still have. It is interesting and not crowded, like so many other...More
The museum contains about 25 buildings which are well-preserved. One can learn about village life 70-100 years ago. Tito’s birthplace is here. The gift shop had almost nothing about Tito. Don’t go for the souvenirs. Historically, the museum has some importance.
They really did troumendous job turning all of those houses into museums, but we were really expecting to see more of Tito and his life's work. This museum is really as the title says 'Old village museum', where one can see how people used to...More