|About the museum:
The museum was founded by the Toplice (spa) physician Josip Čabrian. It contains stone monuments from the Roman Empire, among the most valuable monuments of the kind in Croatia: votive altars to the nymphs, to Silvanus, to Diana., a slab of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great. The museum exhibits tell of the continuity of life and therapeutic treatment in this area, from the stone age onwards. The museum also holds the remains of the geological history of the origins of the thermal waters and exhibits that tell of treatment with the thermal sulphurous waters. The museum also contains historical documents telling of the origin of Varaždinske Toplice as a market town and its development in the Middle Ages. The holdings also contain a large collection of art works by professional artists and naïve artists from the surroundings of Varaždinske Toplice, as well as ethnographic objects.