Opening hours from 13th December 2018 until 6th January 2019

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday:10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 8pm
Sunday 10am - 1pm

The Museum and the Museum shop are closed on Mondays, 24,25, 26 and 31 December 2018, 1 and 6 January 2019.

GALLERY AMZ, 6 Pavla Hatza Street
Monday 12 noon – 6pm
Tuesday-Saturday 12 noon – 8pm
The Gallery is closed on Sundays, 24,25, 26 and 31 December 2018, 1 and 6 January 2019.



MAGISTER GIOTTO – THE SCROVEGNI CHAPEL is the immersive exhibition of Cose Belle d'Italia Media Entertainment - Cose Belle d’Italia Group, dedicated to one of the key protagonists of the Italian art history: Giotto di Bondone (1267 – 1337). In collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute and the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb the exhibition at the Gallery AMZ, presents one of the greatest masterpieces of Giotto, the Scrovegni Chapel of Padua, frescoed between 1303 and 1305.

The exhibition MAGISTER GIOTTO – THE SCROVEGNI CHAPEL will be opened from 7 November 2018 – 15 January 2019 at the Gallery AMZ, Pavla Hatza 6.

In the tradition of the best Italian film, the contents’ pathway is experienced through a dramatic and musical narration, using the most advanced technologies, as well as new techniques of enlarging and assembling images. Visitors are thus immersed in an absolutely unique experience and are accompanied by the original music of the jazz artist Paolo Fresu. The Italian version is narrated by the actor Luca Zingaretti. Furthermore, the exhibition is available in Croatian and English languages.

Ticket prices:
Adults 40,00 kn
Schoolchildren, students and pensioners 15,00 kn
Group ticket prices (minimum 10 and maximum 15 visitors in each group):
Adults 30,00 kn
Schoolchildren 15,00 kn

Info & Bookings:
+385 1 6470 265 / +385 1 6470 266 / +385 1 6470 267

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Back to the past – Copper Age in northern Croatia

August 31 – November 19, 2018

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EU project Iron-Age-Danube in the final of the RegioStars Awards 2018

In January 2017 the archaeology project Monumentalized Early Iron Age Landscapes in the Danube river basin, in short Iron-Age-Danube, began. The EU-project with 20 project partners from five countries, which is co-funded by the EU's Interreg Danube Transnational Program, is one of the Europe's most innovative regional projects and by this in the final of the EU-wide RegioStars 2018 competition. The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb conducts project activities at the famous site Kaptol near Požega.

The Iron-Age-Danube project is one of five finalists in the Investing in Cultural Heritage category. The finalists will be involved in a Europe-wide promotion campaign, following a certificate ceremony in Strasbourg on 3 July 2018. The winners in each category, to be determined by a European-wide public vote from 3 July 2018

Please vote for our project!


Bandeau _Regio Stars Finalist _2018



Pop-art Solinjanka: transformations of the most famous Roman portrait in Croatia

POPART Solinjanka
Novo museum shop

Our Museum Shop proudly presents a limited edition of its trademark – a portrait of a young girl from Solin, commonly known as Solinjanka. Some experts recognize, in the features of her face, a portrait of young empress Plautilla, wife of the Roman emperor Caracalla.
Drop by the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb and take a peek at the shop window. We are certain you will be surprised!

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