Museum of Broken Relationships - Croatia
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Winner of the prestigious Kenneth Hudson award for the most innovative museum in Europe in 2011, the Museum of Broken Relationships is definitely not your typical tourist attraction. This unique and un-ordinary museum has rightfully gained much public attention since its beginnings as a travelling exhibition to a now permanent attraction in the city centre of Zagreb.
Intrigued by its concept of failed relationships and broken hearts, visitors flock to this small museum showcasing the remains of lost love and doleful souls. Some find visiting the museum therapeutic others find it quirky and humorous.
Exhibits named 'A Box Made of Matches', 'An Ex Axe', 'A Wedding Dress', 'Handcuffs', 'Divorce Day Mad Dwarf' and numerous others showcase everything from love letters to teddy bears, old photos to secret keys, lingerie and much, much more! This quirky and entertaining museum is most original in the fact that all artefacts collected were donated by real people who loved and lost. Sheer entertainment or contemporary art? We will leave it up to you to decide.
Summer Hours (June 1st - October 15th): Daily from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Winter Hours (October 16th - May 31st): Daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The museum is closed on Christmas, New Year's Day, Easter and All Saints' Day.
Adults: 25 kn
Pupils and students (full-time with ID): 20 kn
Seniors (65 and over): 20 kn
Discounts on group reservations of 15 persons or more
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