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Hunting Museum

Ulica Vladimira Nazora 63

A place to preserve the heritage of Croatian hunters with ambient settings, located only ten minutes from the central town square in the Tuškanac forest park.

It occupies 800 square meters of the prestigious “villa Wohlmuth” built in 1920. In unchanged  original interior of the villa, the Museum safeguards and presents numerous valuable artifacts depicting the culture of hunting and nature preservation.

Croatian’s hunters heritage is thus presented in 15 collections: the Trophy collection with more than 400 trophies, Collection od fossil findings with old Pleistocene and upper Pleistocene moose, and a gigantic deer, and then 350 stuffed animals in dioramas of all Croatian habitats. These stuffed animals also represent the peak of taxidermy art, since most of them are from 1960s, the height of the art, when animals were still stuffed with natural fillings (mostly straw). Each is represented in vivid, artistic and unique setting, and every exhibit is a unique work of art. There is also an international collection with stuffed animals from Africa, Asia, and Americas. This kind of representation is rare in today’s world, so it’s not to be missed.

Museum holds valuable collection of historic arms and guns. For hunting enthusiasts there is a collection of more than 400 hundred hunter’s badges and medals of honor, and constructors and children would dwell in models of hunting objects. The museum holds internationally significant collection of over 1000 bird’s eggs (many of them instinct), unparalleled in this part of Europe.


Monday – CLOSED
Tuesday and Thursday: 10 am - 6 pm sati
Wednesday and Friday: 7 am - 3 pm sati
Saturday: 8 am - 1 pm sati