Le musée des relations rompues, ou musée des relations brisées (croate: muzej prekinutih veza), est un musée situé dans la ville de Zagreb, en Croatie, au numéro 2 de la rue Ćirila i Metoda. Le musée, consacré aux relations amoureuses brisées, expose différents effets personnels, laissés par l'un des deux conjoints partis, accompagnés d'une notice descriptive. À l'origine, il s'agit d'une exposition artistique qui voyageait de musée en musée, qui s'est ensuite définitivement installée à Zagreb. En 2011, le musée reçoit le prix Kenneth-Hudson du musée européen le plus innovant.
|Lundi||9:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Mardi||9:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Mercredi||9:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Jeudi||9:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Vendredi||9:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Samedi||9:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
|Dimanche||9:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
Marcoolinho Pappas | janv. 27, 2018
There is a small cafe outside. Perfect for taking a rest after a long stroll up to the Old city. Here you can contemplate every possible meaning of being single near a Museum of Broken relationships. Where was I? Yes. The cafe is nice and quiet.
Martin Danko | févr. 19, 2018
The museum is really an interesting place, very unique place of this kind. Some stories are said, shocking, controversial, exciting, crazy. Definitely must see in Zagreb.
sophie giesen | févr. 22, 2018
Hilarious and unexpected museum, if you love quirky stories and something a bit left of centre this is for you. Some of the stories were genuinely heartbreaking and others had us in stitches (the toaster!). The only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is I would have loved more items in the shop to purchase as a souvenir
Tatiana Bazzi | déc. 27, 2017
A unique museum based on a creative and ingenious idea. The objects in the exhibition are not valuable or special themselves but once you read the attached stories they become interesting. Visiting the museum gives you many hints for reflection and self thinking.
Hrvoje Jurak | févr. 5, 2018
Truly wonderful place. Bring your loved one, or come alone. Everybody who has ever loved should visit.
Rhi Bop | avr. 2, 2018
This was a really cute, unusual museum with loads of small displays about people’s relationships gone wrong. It’s pretty small but we still ended up staying there over an hour. I would recommended caution for some visitors as a number of the display descriptions are quite upsetting, even traumatic. It was fairly busy busy when I visited which meant I couldn’t always see the bit I wanted to, but overall I really enjoyed this place. The is also a lovely cafe attached to the museum.
Ben | mars 15, 2018
The exhibits are very nicely laid out with little explanations in English and Croatian. Very well thought out little museum. It’s open til 9pm too, which is good. You probably only need an hour or an hour and a half here.
S T | mars 22, 2018
IMO, it doesn't deserve its good reputation. A really dull museum with few and equally indifferent exhibits. Around 6€ for each visitor. Could offer way more funny stories than that. Could have read some similar stories online instead.
Dominic Judge | avr. 18, 2018
Experience a range of emotions from sadness to mirth as you see the various physical remains of relationships that otherwise have nought but memories for their graves. For visiting couples there is a handy bar just outside so you can drink your tears away whilst looking across the table at each other in despair. Not to be missed if you are in Zagreb.
Robert Rybski | mai 3, 2018
so far the best museum and place to visit in zagreb! Although very small, I spend there 1,5 h withholding my breath some v creative mind got onto this marvellous idea and developed it just brilliantly! I think that also other co-visitors really were into it, as despite crowds inside, it was very calm and not v noisy there still, not a place for families, so you'd bettee stop bringing your kids with you as they are really bored there in, and some materials/contents is not for them at all! to put it shortly: mind-blowing!
Nicolas Poon | juin 15, 2018
This place was amazing!!! At first I didn't expect much from it as I thought this tourists spot is overpriced. Then I realized that the exhibits are really meaningful in many ways ! My friend who is still single could not get much from the exhibition yet for myself everything here reminded me about the happy time in my past relationships as well as all the heartbreaking moments . They even prepared booklets that translate the exhibits descriptions from Croatian and English to other languages. How thoughtful was that ! (Although I prefer reading in English as the translations still have some room to improve... ) The only thing I could complain is about the ticket price . Comparing with other tourists spot in Zagreb the ticket price has been set too high and this might stop some people from visiting this museum .
Harriet Cameron | juin 12, 2018
Really cool concept for a museum and you can tell the exhibitions are crafted with care and respect. A good balance of humour and emotion, definitely worth checking out if you're into something a bit different. Really loved the mix of cultures on display, and the video exhibits were a nice touch.
Mohammed Sadik | juin 21, 2018
Amused by its name and Wikipedia; so paid a visit. Nonetheless good stories of lost love. If you have time and doesn’t get bored by reading relationship stories, then you are at the right place.
Ming Hann Wee | juin 9, 2018
The wife and I loved this cute little museum. It's pretty adult-oriented, the personal stories here resonate best with those who have lived and loved enough to know loss in their lives.
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