Mimara Museum

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The Mimara Museum is an art museum in Roosevelt Square in the Croatian capital city, Zagreb. It was established in 1987 and given its full name ‘Art Collection of Ante and Wiltrud Topić Mimara’ as it houses the collection by Wiltrud and Ante Topic Mimara. The building itself was built in the 19th century to a Neoclassical style, it is grand and vast, its conversion to a museum in 1987 was overseen by a Zagreb architect Kuno Waidmann; originally it was used as a school building and gymnasium. The art contained in the museum is controversial mainly over how the art was collected by Ante and Wiltrud Topić Mimara’, but inside the museum, there are thousands of artworks from many different generations and cultures; with famous artists work frequent throughout.

Getting there

The museum in Zagreb is within walking distance of all the major transport stations and is served by the Zagreb tram service with ‘Marshal Tito Sq’ being the closest stop which is served by the number 12, 13, 14 and 17 trams.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open to the public from 10 am to 7 pm on most days throughout the summer except Saturdays and Sundays when it closes earlier and it operates at an earlier closing time of 5 pm on weekdays throughout the winter months; with Mondays being the only day the museum is closed every week throughout the year. Admission to the museum is set at 40KN for adults and 30KN for concessions.

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  • Rooseveltov trg 5, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
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  • +385 1 4828 100
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