The travelling museum of hangover stories
After a successful display in Split, the first Museum of Hangovers in the world, which opened in Zagreb back in 2019, is coming to the island of Hvar.
The exhibition of hangover stories will take place on Hvar from 16 August – 5 September 2021. In addition to crazy stories on display, new interactions will be shown for the first time at the exhibition which will be held at the address Fabrika 35 in the premises of the Platforma Association.
Museum of Hangovers – Hvar
Date: 16.08.2021 – 05.09.2021
Place: Udruga Platforma, Fabrika 35
Opening: 16.08 from 8 pm – entrance free
Working hours: 7 pm – 11 pm (opening night 16.08 from 8 pm)
Ticket price: 40 kuna
In order to full the exhibition, the people of Hvar are also invited to share their crazy stories and objects and can do so by contacting – [email protected] or via the website. Stories are 100% anonymous and the best stories will be selected for the exhibition.
*As part of the exhibition on Hvar, a special part will be dedicated to a friend of Hvar, Neno Božić, who died a tragic death in 2020.
Every place has legends that all locals know. Neno Božić Ćoro was one of them. Every party or after began and ended in his company. He was a friend of many people and after his tragic death everyone still fondly remembers him. This non-Hvar native became part of an island family and, as they say, lived a real bohemian life.
“Čorky, as his friends called him, was also a poet who celebrated many outings with friends with his poetry. A part of the exhibition on Hvar will be dedicated to Čorky and through his songs and stories we will revive the memory of him,” organisers said.
The Museum of Hangovers was founded at the end of 2019 in Zagreb. Behind the museum stands a young team of people who have made an unforgettable place of forgetful events with their own efforts.
The museum is continuously growing, it is progressive, and it has the largest number of young visitors from Croatia and from all over the world. As the first and unique Museum of Hangovers in the world, it was also recognised by international media such as CBS News, CNN and Business Insider.