The Memorial Centre of the Rocket Attacks on Zagreb 1991/1995 was opened on May 2nd 2013 in memory of the civilians who were killed and injured in the aggression on the capital city of Croatia during the Homeland War. The Centre was opened on the 18th anniversary of the rocket attack on Zagreb, which was launched on May 2nd 1995 by Serb aggressors as an act of retaliation against Croatia in the aftermath of the successfully conducted military operation “Flash”.
The Memorial Centre’s permanent exhibition showcases documentary films, newspaper articles and pieces of the rockets that landed on the Children’s Hospital, the Croatian National Theatre and other civilian institutions in Zagreb. Visitors of the Centre will also have the opportunity to view artefacts, photographs and documents that stand witness to this barbaric attack on civilians, as well as to the attempt at killing the Croatian political leadership in a rocket attack which targeted Banski Dvori in the Upper Town in 1991.
The Memorial Centre of the Rocket Attacks on Zagreb 1991/1995 is open:
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Entrance fee: 15 kn
The Memorial Centre oft he Rocket Attacks on Zagreb 1991/1995 is closed on holidays.