Mimara MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Rooseveltovtrg 5, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +3851-4828100
- Ticket Price: 40 HRK
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museums, Family And Kids, Sculpture
Housed in a neo-Renaissance palace and originally serving as a gymnasium, the museum houses fine art (paintings, sculptures and ornaments) right from prehistoric times to modernity. Most of it’s collection on permanent display are by Flemish, French, Dutch, English and German masters; the works ere donated to the Croatian nation by the collector Ante Topic Mimara. The collection continues to grow through acquisitions today. The museum is starting to build quite an impressive middle east and far east collection. The top floor is dedicated to paintings, the first floor to archaeology, sculpture and applied art, and the ground floor to glass, textiles and Oriental art. The collection isn’t the best in the world, but it’s wonderfully discerning.
The Mimara Museum in Croatia is well reputed for its vast collection of fine arts right from the prehistoric times to the very modern ones. You can enter and view this astounding collection by getting tickets for Mimara Museum. These can be bought on the spot, but the usual rush generally wastes a lot of time in the line. Instead buy tickets for Mimara Museum from out ticketing portal and combine them with Mimara Museum tickets for tours for some added fun. You can also view Mimara Musuem ticket prices in this section to check the prices before you go into buying them.
- There are lifts for disabled visitors.
- Students : HRK 30
- Trams: 12, 13, 14, 17 (Tram stop: Marshall Tito Sq)
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47.29% of people who visit Zagreb include Mimara Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
36.43% of people start their Mimara Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Mimara Museum
74.8% of people prefer walking in order to reach Mimara Museum
Loved it 💟 A wonderful welcome from the receptionist who provides all the information you need. You must check in your backpack or bags (I had all my art materials so kept going back!). It's huge so I spent hours here - there were a couple of recitals, and although there's a cafe that serves delicious coffee, I went to the Arts and Crafts museum restaurant for lunch (another receptionist recommendation and it was excellent!). If you love art, then this is a brilliant place to hang out.
First thing my rating is based on the size and location of this museum (it is not the Louvre in Paris). But, a wonderful small museum in the Capital of Croatia. Well worth the time and money. GO!
A very nice museum with a varied collection. They have some old masters including Rubens, Renoir and Velasquez. It's not a large museum so you should be able to see everything in less than two hours. Cost was about $6.50 per person. Cash only.
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 to all the floors I was pleased with the lovely collection of paintings 😍. They have some sculptures and china The cost is 40 kunas and the cloakroom is free. Highly recommended to visit this place 😊😊😊
The museum has a large collection of beautiful paintings and artifacts, however, you can clearly see that it has seen better times. The paintings are not displayed in a manner that suits their grandeur, the walls are dirty and the discriptions of the works are bleak and completely lack any background information. As a person who is not very knowledgeable about art and archeology, I find myself stumped when looking at an old beaker and seeing the label solely describe it as "cup - 1st century". This museum could be so much more if it was cleaned up and improved. However, if you love art and you know what you're talking about, this museum is probably great!