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MEMO Museum Pula, Pula

4.6
#2 of 9 in Childrens Museums in Croatia
Children’s Museum · Hidden Gem · Art Museum
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  • An engaging experience worth a visit. A journey through time where you can explore, feel, touch and interact with authentic objects. Do take your time inside, discover and immerse yourself in that...  more »
  • We visited this museum during our stay in Medulin. The kids liked it very much because you can interact with every single object. I felt like going back in time to my childhood home. There were...  more »
  • Pure nostalgia and awesome interactive experience in the center of Pula! We loved that we could touch everything and get a feeling of how people lived in ex-yugoslavia. Old computers, a yugo car to...  more »
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  • The museum is small, but there are plenty items you can admire or pick up and "play with" . We popped in on a cloudy day and weren't disappointed. Great for taking interesting photos as you interact with items from the past.
  • Great hospitality, we had lots of fun by interacting with the vintage camera,tv and pc. My girlfriend enjoyed it a lot :)
  • Loved it! Especially the old TVs and joysticks :)
  • Great, back to another time.
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  • This is a cool new museum about the recent past (1950s-1980s) just blocks from relics of the ancient past. It’s set up like a Pula home including a vintage family car, classic video games consoles, a screen playing old pop stars and TV commercials, and Istrian, religious and political influences competing with Western pop culture as it seeped in via Radio Luxembourg. This was fun for both adults and teenagers and we could touch and talk about the objects freely. Turns out, tech savvy teens don’t know how to use a rotary dial phone. It’s a refreshing alternative to ancient historical sites and interesting to see what life was like here under Tito instead of Zara and IKEA.

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