The collection of this museum is impressive, both in number as in range! Definitively a must visit, if you are interested in art and furniture through the ages
About Arts and Crafts Museum
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Went to see the special exhibit of Tiepolo, but there was only a few of his works. The majority were by other artists of the period. They have a large collection of furniture and decorative arts from different periods.
From my very early years I go to this museum short called MUO (Muzej za umjetnost i obrt- Museum of Art and Craft). All what I know about design, history, way of past life I know from this museum. This is part of square dedicated...More
The collections are spread over 3 floors and contain a diverse range of items including furniture and ceramics, clocks, glassworks, bells and paintings by various masters. They showed what life was like (at least for the nobility) in Croatia in centuries past. What impressed me...More
I don't know about other visitors, but for some reason, I was expecting to see local handicrafts or an evolution of Zagreb folk-craft arts at this museum. I was grossly mistaken and there was nothing of the sort at all. Still, I was far from...More
I liked this museum. The main exhibition was divided into styles/time periods. It was quite interesting. Also don't miss the top floor which has a large collection of clocks, fans, china and more.
Very interesting but leave some time to do it justice as it's crammed full. From furniture to a collection of bells!
The building is great. The exhibition interesting with nice peaces of art. Stuff very friendly. Entrance not expensive.
Went here specifically to see the Nutcracker exhibition and was not disappointed. It was small but wonderful and they did have English translations which were very helpful. It was extremely well done. We did visit one other floor which was lovely but with only Croatian...More