Sign In



TM is a science and technology museum with a 60 year long tradition of accomplishing results in cultural, museological, educational and the promotion of science and technology work domain. It’s a place of collection, preservation, research and communication of technological heritage and scientific findings, aiming to create a better public insight into the world of science and technology as the main initiators of technological progress and sustainable development. TM designs as well as forms partnerships in developing traditional and innovative, interactive public programs (2012/15): 23 themed exhibitions, 4 book and multimedia publishing exhibitions, lectures, workshops, demonstrations, special events, seminars, conferences and specific projects of popularizing science. TM has developed 3 complex digitalization projects (2013/15) of the Museum’s 100 most important technical heritage artefacts and Museum's documentation and archival collection. TM publishing scope of work (2013/15) includes 7 monographic publications, numerous catalogues and brochures. TM is a co-organiser of the Croatian national project Festival of Science (2003/15). TM devised interactive exhibition modules designed for school and student population, teachers and the public which include: Ten Chemical Experiments that Changed the World; 4 Physics; World of Poisons; How-So-Easy, Periodic System of Elements. TM yearly science popularization lecture programs include Science Panel Discussions, Days of Nikola Tesla, Astronomy Week, Planetarium Lectures etc. Various executed educational activities included 12.000 informative guides, 508 lectures, 32 themed workshops and 15 complex themed educational projects (2012/14). TM manages its media promotion, a web site ( and social media (Facebook) for interaction with users, presentation and public marketing of its programs and products. TM holds the highest visitor number of all Zagreb museums; TM is a non-profit institution. 


Mrs Markita Franulic, Director


Savska cesta 18, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia​

Prof. Roberto di Giulio
University of Ferrara, Italy
T his project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 665220.