Technical Museum of Zagreb
Latitude / Longitude: 45.80353, 15.96502
The Technical Museum of Zagreb features tools, artifacts and historical collections from the subjects of agriculture, transportation, astronomy, geology and energy.
Over 5,000 exhibits have been collected pertaining to various technical fields. Some of them have been put on permanent display, while others are still kept at the Museum's storerooms.
This scientific and technical institution opened its doors at its current location in 1959. The Museum's first departments (Energy Transformation, Means of Transportation, and Mining) opened in 1963, followed by the Oil collection in 1964, the Planetarium in 1965, Nikola Tesla's demonstration room in 1976, the Essential Agriculture department in 1981, the Fire-Fighting department in 1992, the Beehive Collection in 1994, along with the Surveying/Land Registry department.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9-17
Saturday & Sunday 9-13
Closed on Modays
Adult ticket price 15 HRK.
Children under 7, free.
Tram rides on the Museum Train, free.
"If God had really intended men to fly, he'd make it easier to get to the airport" - George Winters