The building of the former steam bath from 1912 houses the following exhibitions:
“JOSIP BROZ TITO ON BRIJUNI” PHOTO EXHIBITION
– The exhibition shows what former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito did on the Brijuni Islands from his first arrival on 20 June 1947 to the last day of his stay on 29 August 1979. There are 200 photographs on display, grouped into five topics covering his private and work life on the island.
EXHIBITION BASED ON THE MEMORIES OF AN OLD AUSTRIAN
– Based on the book with the same title by Paul Kupelwieser. Old postcards, photographs and printed materials will lead you through Paul Kupelwieser’s vision: the transformation of an island plagued with malaria into a posh summer resort and spa resort.
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
– Natural history exhibition. Nearly 200 taxidermied animals once donated to Tito have been placed in dioramas depicting the natural habitat of animals with the help of a painted background and plants. The exhibition thus has a special educational character and encourages further studying of nature, as well as the preservation of beauty, richness and diversity on Earth.
– In the lobby of the natural history exhibition, a display case was set up exhibiting the items that were seized as people have attempted to sell them illegally in the territory of the Republic of Croatia. The international endangered species trade is controlled by the CITES treaty, signed by the Republic of Croatia in June 2000.