Krapina Things to Do
In the rocks &caves sarounding Krapina in 1899 Prof. D Gorjanovic-Kramberger found some startling evidence of ealy human habbitation.
The early humans: Homo Neandertalisis(=n. primigenius) left its mark in the shallow caves. The site was considerably big and took 6 yrs from 1899-1905 to be escavated.
Nowdays there is an very interesting museum and sizable site.
Worth your vist.
My kids lovd every minute of it. For them interesting fact was that the early humans were pritty small, as there is life size bronze statues of early human family.
SUMMER (1 April to 30 September): 9 am – 6 pm (last entrance at 5 pm)
Saturdays and Sundays from June to the end of August, the Museum is open from 10 am – 7 pm (last entrance at 6 pm)
WINTER (from 2 November until the end of February): 9 am – 4 pm (last entrance at 3 pm)
MARCH AND OCTOBER: on weekdays the Museum is open from 9 am – 4 pm (last entrance at 3 pm), and on Saturdays and Sundays from 7 am – 6 pm (last entrance at 5 pm)
CLOSED: MONDAYS, 1 January, Easter, 1 November, 25 and 26 December
Adults: HRK 50
Children, students and pensioners: HRK 25
Family ticket: HRK 100
A family ticket is for parents with small children and includes a maximum of two adult tickets.
No charge: members of the Croatian Museum Society, ICOM, Croatian Geographic Society and other professional associations with a member’s card.
Groups of more than 30 visitors receive a 20% discount only when paying by cash or in advance. Guides must warn the groups about appropriate behaviour in the museum.
Group visits must book in advance by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org of by fax: +385 (0)49/300-088.
The Museum is accessible to wheelchairs for persons with an escort, but the hiking path is not due to dangerous terrain.
Guide (approximately 60 minutes): HRK 100 – Croatian; HRK 150 – English
Combined guide for the Museum and the excavation site: HRK 150 – Croatian; HRK 200 – English
Expert guides also need to be booked in advance.
Phone: +385 49 371 491
Fax: +385 49 374 969