Excursion to Kumrovec
Open-air museum "Staro selo" Kumrovec
The open-air museum "Staro selo" Kumrovec today covers an area of 128,107 m2. In this area there is a restored old town of Kumrovec, Villa Kumrovec (residential building of Josip Broz Tito) with an arboretum, the late Baroque manor of Counts Erdödy and meadows and arable land.
The renovated old town of Kumrovec covers an area of 39,261 m2. In this area, 21 residential buildings (huts mazanke or huts zidanke), an old elementary school, 10 farm buildings and 9 ancillary buildings (2 piggeries, 2 corn warehouses, 5 wells) were reconstructed and restored.
The buildings have been restored on their original foundations, so we can highlight the Museum "Old Village" Kumrovec as the largest in situ museum in Croatia, which with its museum exhibits shows visitors the way of life in the late 19th and early 20th century.
At the very entrance to the Museum "Staro selo" Kumrovec is the birth house of Josip Broz Tito, which in architectural terms is an example of a cooperative house built of crushed stone and is a representative example of a house of a brick house. Inside the house there is an ethnographic exhibition designed in the way of a visual representation of the living space of a traditional Zagorje house from the end of the 19th century and an exhibition of Josip Broz Tito's visit to his native Kumrovec after 1945. The core of the Kumrovec settlement today is actually the Museum "Old Village" Kumrovec, which houses preserved buildings with depictions of traditional crafts and customs. Thus, visitors to the Museum can get to know blacksmithing, pottery, leatherwork, gingerbread making, making children's wooden toys, the custom of Zagorje wedding, making homemade linen, plat
MUSEUM WORKING HOURS: Monday – the museum is closed to visitors Tuesday – Friday from 9 am to 5 pm (last entrance to the museum at 4 pm) Saturday and Sunday – from 10 am to 6 pm (last entrance to the museum at 5 pm)
THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED:
January 1 to Easter November 1 December 25 and 26 USEFUL INFORMATION The public car park is located in the immediate vicinity of the Museum. There is a souvenir shop and a café within the Museum, while a restaurant is nearby. Photographing and filming is allowed for personal use, without the right to publish. TICKET PRICES children, students, pensioners – 15.00 kn (groups of more than 30 people are entitled to a discount and a price of 12.00 kn) adults – 25.00 kn (groups of more than 30 people are entitled to a discount and a price of 20 , 00 kn) family ticket – 55,00 kn (for parents with minor children) ticket for Villa Kumrovec – 10,00 kn PRICES OF PROFESSIONAL GUIDES AND WORKSHOPS professional guide in Croatian – 100,00 kn professional guide in a foreign language (English) – 150,00 kn expert guide through Villa Kumrovec in Croatian – 100,00 kn expert guide through Villa Kumrovec in a foreign language (English) – 150,00 kn museum-educational workshops – 30,00 kn per person audio-guide rental – 10,00 kn per device NOTES It is obligatory to announce and book appointments for group visits. Professional guidance is provided by the Museum staff. Admission is free for members of the Croatian Museum Association and the International Museum Organization ICOM. People with disabilities, members of HAK, UHPA and the Croatian Scout Association are entitled to a 20% discount. Children up to 3 years of age are entitled to a free ticket. The discount can only be used on one basis. Accepted cards: American, Diners, Maestro , Master Card, Master Card electronic, Visa electronic. RESERVATIONS, GROUP ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INFORMATION Phone: +385 (0) 49 225 830 / +385 (0) 49 225 834 Fax: +385 (0) 49 225 833 E-mail: email@example.com / rezervacije-mss @ mhz .hr
Tel: +385 95 361 2122