Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 19, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
The yard is very nice, you can sit for a drink during warm periods of a year. It is very silent and calm and just around the corner if located in the city center and on your way to the bus or train station.
I love the atrium of the Archeological Museum. It has a nice coffee shop surrounded by sculptures. The museum itself is interesting and worth visiting. Despite being in the middle of Zagreb, the coffee shop is peaceful, the music is great and the coffee is great.
Did you know Zagreb has Egyptian artefacts? Well, it does and they're pretty cool. Also nice to go through the history of Croatia from the Neolithic to medieval times. Worth a visit.
It's a nice museum with some very nice and interesting objects (like the Etruscan mummy). I'd definitely recommend to visit the museum, however the museum is quite small and not what you would expect from an archeological museum. Worth the visit but beware that it'll probably only take you about 45 minutes to see everything.
My 8yo daughter and I have been here twice and we love it. They have amazing prehistory and Egyptian collections (there's a mummy, although it isn't Egyptian, several sarcophagi and authentic Book of the Dead papyri, among other things). There's a lovely Greco-Roman collection too but we love the Egypt room so much we want to live there. Seriously. When you visit, don't miss the opportunity to take a ride in Zagreb's oldest elevator. And have a cup of coffee in the beautiful cafe in the garden. Admittance is unbelievably cheap for such an amazing place!