Museums in Zagreb
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb is the most moden and the largest museum in Croatia with its origins tracing back to 1954.
Founded in 1846, the Archaeological museum is a direct successor to the oldest museum institution in Zagreb - the National Museum.
Mimara Museum is located in the architectural complex "donjogradskih gimnazija" (eng. Lower Town high schools) built in the late 19th century. It is a precious example of a neo-Renaissance palace and was opened to the public in 1895 on the occasion of the arrival of Emperor Franz Joseph I. in Zagreb.
Zagreb's Typhlological Museum is a public institution that collects and stores contemporary art exhibits designed to be felt and introduces the social community to the world of those with special needs, with an emphasis on people with visual impairment.