At the northern edge of the historical centre of Varaždin, separated from the city by embankments and moats, is the Varaždin Old Town.
The classicist Hercer Palace was built in 1791. The Hercer family crest was carved in stone above the main entrance. During the 18th century the family became exceedingly wealthy through its running of the post office and bought their way into the nobility.
Although the smallest of all city museums, the Museum has proved attractive to many visitors.
The Angels Museum is located in 14 Silvija Strahimira Kranjčevića Street in Varaždin. Often the motifs are the artists' trademark that we recognize without a doubt.
This museum is owned by a famous Croatian collector and restorer from Varaždin, Živko Skuhala.
The Varaždin City Museum has been the home of the Gallery of Old and New Masters since 1939. It holds over 5300 artworks, divided into 10 collections.
The Trakošćan Castle is a cultural asset, a protected historic unit consisting of the castle and the surrounding buildings, a park and a forest park with a lake
The Regional Museum of Varaždinske Toplice was founded in 1937 by Josip Čabrijan, a pharmacist from Varaždinske Toplice. The museum is located on the ground floor of the Old Town in the center of Varaždinske Toplice.
A centuries-old tradition of lace-making in Lepoglava has created and preserved a very peculiar form of lace-making: the Lepoglava čace. The beauty and magic, which are velieved to have been brought to Croatia by the Pauline order, can be enjoyed in the Lepoglava lace selling gallery.
The gallery is located in a charming little courtyard on house number 15, revealed by a „cimer“ (a traditional shop sign).
The space of K10 Gallery is intended for the KERAMEIKON collection of contemporary world's ceramics, comprised of 225 ceramic works of art from 45 countries.
The Prikratki Gallery is located in the mere heart of the historic Varaždin. What makes it special is that the owner and the author of the displayed works creates eclectic works of art from the "ordinary", old metal objects, tools and machines.
Darwin Butković was born on 24 April 1962. He graduated from the School of Applied Arts in Zagreb in 1981.
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Homeland Museum, 2017, the Toplissa Gallery was opened in Varaždinske Toplice with a special exhibition that shows all the diversity, attractiveness and value of materials in museum collections.
Visit the Mountaineering Museum and get to know the mining tradition and the "treasure" of Ivanec.
Almost in the center of the city of Ludbreg, in the street of Ivan Gundulić, in a row of ordinary looking houses, "Grandma's house" with "Grandpa's court" is located. The house preserves the valuable and rich heritage of the Ludbreg area from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.