A new museum dedicated to the 1980s has opened in the Croatian capital and is quickly proving popular among locals and tourists.
Zagreb 80’s Museum is located in the heart of the city not far from the main square on Radićeva street.
The museum encourages visitors to touch, feel and interact with exposition to recall sweet moments, evoke nostalgia and find out the way of life in recent past.
Visitors can step into a typical 1980s apartment, or check out some iconic items of the decade such as a minuscule old-timer Zastava 750, Tomos moped, legendary Atari and Commodore 64 video games, and toys produced by Mehanotehnika.
The exhibition is laid out into 6 rooms, each full of artifacts to be explored.
Zagreb 80’s Museum
ADDRESS: Radićeva 34, Zagreb
WOKING HOURS: 10am – 10pm
ENTRY: Adults: 40 kn; Senior citizens (65+ godina) & Students: 30 kn; Kida (4 – 13): 25 kn; Infants (0 – 2) Free; Families: 90 kn; Groups (10+ people) 30 kn per head.