Dražen Petrović Museum
Time Out says
Located on ground floor of the Cibona Tower, this museum is dedicated to Croatia’s greatest athlete, basketball player. Dražen Petrović captained Zagreb team Cibona to multiple European championships, won three Olympic medals and became the first Croat to play in the NBA. In 1993, he died in a car accident, aged 28. He was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame a decade later. The museum houses most of his trophies, medals and memorabilia, and describes his career in English and Croatian. The space itself is minimalist in a tasteful, modern way, and captures the positive energy Petrović brought to the game. It’s a nice, off-the-beaten-path experience which can be combined with a visit to Nikola Tesla Technical Museum.
Trg Dražena Petrovića 3
|Transport:||Tram 12 to Tehnički muzej|
|Price:||Adults 30kn (Group 20kn), Students and Seniors 10kn|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-2pm, Sun closed|