|About the museum:
On April 1, 1966, Anka Gvozdanović (1887-1968), wife of judge and landowner Dragutin Gvozdanović donated the entire furnishings and other items from ten rooms on the first floor of the building at Visoka 8. In 1967 the city of Zagreb confided all the objects as well as the house at Visoka 8 to the care and management of the Museum of Art and Craft in Zagreb. The collection contains 1052 objects (furniture in the style of the revivalist styles of the second half of the 19th century, painting and objects of fine crafts in the period from the 18th to the 20th century) and represents a unique whole of a rather grand residential area that tells of the manner of life and living of a wealthy bourgeois family of the end of the 19th and early 20th century. At the moment the collection is temporarily closed to the general public because of the poor state of repair of the building, but repairs and renovation are underway.