The Museum of Hangover?

You must have seen at least one Hangover movie or all of them…But have you been to the Museum of Hangover?

 

Prohibition years, photo credit Museum of Hangover, Zagreb, Croatia
Prohibition years, photo credit Museum of Hangover, Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb seems to have no lack of extraordinarily original and fun museums to visit during your stay in Zagreb. After the Museum of Broken Relationships and the Museum of Illusions, Zagreb has become richer for one more, a Museum in which we can all relate to the artifacts.

Rino Duboković, director of the Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia
Rino Duboković, director of the Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia

The first Museum of Hangovers in the world was opened on December 1st, 2019, in the center of Zagreb. The founder and director of the Museum is Rino Duboković, who works with his team every day to improve the Museum.

The education, photo credit the Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia
The education, photo credit the Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia

A variety of drunken stories and objects

The idea of this unique Museum was born during an evening out when a group of friends after a Beer Fest met for a drink where they exchanged their impressions and stories about going out and hangover mornings. One story is the reason there is a Hangover Museum today.

The Team of the Hengovber Museum, Zagreb, Croatia, photo credit Hangover Museum
The Team of the Hengovber Museum, Zagreb, Croatia, photo credit Hangover Museum

One of the friends told how he woke up with a bicycle pedal in his pocket, and the idea arose – what would it be like to gather all the drunken and Hangover stories in one place with items that will give credibility and eventually tell those stories?

The street, Zagreb, Croatia, photo credit Hangover Museum
The street, Zagreb, Croatia, photo credit Hangover Museum

This unforgettable place of forgetful events is a project of a group of students conceived as a drunken return home – from the city streets themselves, along the woods to the eventual arrival home where, if you are lucky, wake up in the morning.

Darts with drunk glasses, The Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia
Darts with drunk glasses, The Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia

The realization of the idea was helped by students who chose the space, lighting, painted the walls, and sent stories. The Museum is designed to suit the interests of today’s youth and the generations to come. They strive to make the Museum one of the best unique experiences in the world by combining education and entertainment through fresh and interactive content. The Museum currently counts about 100 exhibition stories and objects.

'leave the message to the god of the loo', photo credit by The Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia
‘leave the message to the god of the loo’, photo credit by The Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia

 100 exhibition stories and objects

In addition to having a variety of drunken stories and objects from both local and foreign people and visitors, visitors and their companions are encouraged to share their stories every day to grow and create as exciting and fresh content as possible. In addition to stories, visitors can participate in interactive activities within the Museum, such as shooting darts and driving a simulated car with “drunk” glasses, and learning about the impact and consequences of alcohol consumption.
As the first and unique Hangover Museum globally, it was also recognized by foreign media such as CBS News, CNN, and Business Insider.

 

Mirror Room, photo credit the Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia
Mirror Room, photo credit the Hangover Museum, Zagreb, Croatia

The Team of the Hengovber Museum, Zagreb, Croatia, photo credit Hangover Museum
The Team of the Hengovber Museum, Zagreb, Croatia, photo credit Hangover Museum

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