World's First Museum of Hangovers to Open in Zagreb this December

By 26 November 2019

November 26, 2019 - The first Museum of Hangovers in the world opens on December 1 in Zagreb (Preradoviceva 8), just in time for the Advent festivities in the capital. 

This unforgettable space for some of our more forgettable events is the project of a group of students designed as ‘a drunken return home’ - from the city streets to a casual stroll through the forest and eventually getting home where, if you are lucky, you manage to wake up in the morning. The idea of this unique museum was borne on an evening out, when students Rino Dubokovic and Roberta Mikelic, together with their friends, began to retell their best booze-fuelled stories. 


It didn’t take long for their tales of tipsiness to bring them to a quite brilliant idea - why not create a museum featuring the best drunken and hangover stories with one item that would best represent it?

The idea came to fruition thanks to the students who chose the space, the lighting, painted the walls, and also sent in their best drunken escapades. To create the feeling of a drunken trip home, the museum will take you on a tour of four different rooms. The experience begins when you enter the museum, where the first stop of the adventure - exiting a stuffy club or packed bar, is visually captivated. 


The Museum of Hangovers is a must-see during this year’s Advent for anyone looking to have a good laugh. The stories are presented in both Croatian and English at the same time, and the museum will be open daily from 9 am to 11 pm. The adult ticket price is 25,00 kuna, while students will have a slight discount (20,00 kuna).

If you also have a hangover story you would like to share to be a part of this unique museum concept, you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or send a message to their Facebook page

You can find more info about the new Zagreb museum here.


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