Red History Museum

  Sv.Križa 3      +385(0) 91 528 7744     25 Oct 2023
The social history of Yugoslavia 1945-1991 is a source of increasing interest to visitors and this new venture, housed in a former factory near the port, presents the answers to many of their questions. Mixing dutiful historical explanations with a wealth of exhibits drawn from daily life, the display begins by presenting a history of communism before going on to explain why Yugoslavian communism, led by Josip Broz Tito, broke away from the Soviet model and developed a path of its own. The sections on popular culture are really fascinating with a colourful array of books, magazines, pop stars and pin-ups. The museum is fair in its treatment of the subject, touching on the dark side of the repressive state and dealing with the reasons for Yugoslavia’s demise.


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Open 10:00 - 20:00.
November - January 07 Open 11:00 - 17:00, closed Sun. January 8th - March Open 11:00 - 17:00, closed Sun and Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Adults 9,00€, Student / Senior 7,20 €, children 10-18 3,60 €, children under 10 free


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