The museum is located on Mažuranića Square no. 14, in a representative Art Nouveau building, attributed to the architect Vjekoslav Bastl, at the time of construction employed in the office of the architects Hönigsberg and Deutsch. Built for the needs of the Trade and Crafts Museum, opened in 1904, it remains to this day one of the few buildings purpose-built for the needs of museum activities in Croatia. The central space, the dome, is adorned on the outside with statues of the sculptor Rudolf Valdec, while the interior of the dome was painted by the painter Oton Iveković. For the display of ethnographic material, the interior of the building was adapted to the adaptations of the space, the last of which was designed in 1972 by the architect Aleksandar Freudnereich.
Opening hours Tuesday – Friday: 10.00 – 17.00 Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays, public holidays and public holidays The museum is closed to visitors. Ticket price list Adults individually: 20 kuna Adults in groups (min. 15 people): 15 kuna Pupils, students, pensioners individually: 15 kuna Pupils, students, pensioners in groups (min. 15 persons): 10 kuna Family ticket (parents with children): 40 kuna Free tickets Children up to five years of age members of the Croatian Ethnological Society Croatian Museum Society of the Croatian Society of Fine Artists ICOM students of ethnology and cultural anthropology (University of Zagreb and University of Zadar) students of the Faculty of Technology and Textiles students of the School of Applied Arts and Design groups (patients of psychiatric clinics persons with disabilities and mobility difficulties, persons with intellectual disabilities) Croatian war veterans unemployed citizens of the Republic of Croatia journalists
The Ethnographic Museum reserves the right to request the presentation of an appropriate document when issuing a free ticket.
Trg Ivana, Antuna i Vladimira Mažuranića 14