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The Museum of Torture - TORTUREUM offers an insight into its unique collection of various instruments of torture and execution that have been employed since the ancient times to the present day. The Museum vividly depicts the notion of violence...more
Hours Today: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Ulica Pavla Radica 14 | 1st Floor, Zagreb 10000, Croatia
We went to the meseum as bought the Zagreb 365 Card and was listed as one main attraction and with discount. When getting to the meseum the woman on receptipon told us we needed to show an app associated with the card to use the...More
The receptionist speaks English.
The provide visitors with a tablet, each exhibition has an NFC tag and sticking the tablet onto the tags display information about the objects.
The tablet can display information in several languages.
The less good:
There isn't as much...More
After having to endure the rude lady at the ticket counter, we entered into 2 small dark rooms filled with replicas of instruments of torture. Hard to fathom the types of people who came up with these barbaric ways of inflicting pain. Though small, it...More
I really enjoyed the museum. It is a small one, with only 28 pieces. Some explanations were repeted (we don't really learn more things this way). Didn't accepted my student card, they only accept partners universities (should mention this on the site).
My impression of a museum is that it is a collection of historical artefacts. This is indeed a collection of quite a wide variety of torture items but they are all replicas. The museum consists of 2 rooms and you are given a tablet which...More
Whoever created this museum put a lot of effort into having a wide variety of ancient torture devices replicated. The museum is quite small and the interior is very, very dark (therefore it is extremely difficult to take photos). The ipad-like device that you are...More
Muzej T, Manager at Tortureum - Museum of Torture, responded to this reviewResponded September 3, 2018
Well, it is hard to expect that anyone will feel good, happy or full of life when ends the tour throuh Tortureum. Tortureum is a torture museum. Nothing else. Size of museum is not a big one, but sometimes size really doesn’t matter at all,...More
The museum is kind of small, but there are still a lot of fascinating torturing devices exhibited there. You also get a tablet so you can “scan” the items for additional information and videos. And the scary music is just the cherry on the top...More