City museum (Karas house), Trg Antuna Nemčića 6, 48260 Križevci, tel. +385 48 711 210
Among the oldest preserved civil buildings of Križevci with an ethno-park with examples of traditional wooden architecture of the Kalnik Prigorje formed in the courtyard of the museum.
Formerly a Pauline hospice, today the seat of the City Museum. The cultural and historical development of the city and the area, archeological finds, documents, ethnographic objects and valuable works of art are shown in several exhibition rooms of the permanent exhibition.
Križevci art gallery, Trg Antuna Nemčića 6, 48260 Križevci, tel. +385 48 711 210
The Art Gallery building is the mail exhibition space in the city. It is located in the city center, right next to the city park, and its atrium is one of the most comfortable open spaces in the city for various cultural events during the summer months. During 2000, an office space was arranged on the ground floor and the Museum Administration is located there.
The building of the Art Gallery, the so-called Sabornica is one of the oldest buildings in Križevci. It used to be located next to the southern city gate and at the very beginning of the main street. It is a border baroque building with simple decorations and a massive mansard roof. The present appearance of the building was given after the reconstruction in 1984, when the Art Gallery moved into it with its exhibits.
Library and small museum of the Greek-Catholic cathedral, Franje Račkog 12, 48260 Križevci, tel. +385 48 712 171
Memorial library is located on the first floor of the eastern block of the bishop’s residence. About five thousand books from the 15th to the 20th century are stored in the library. Most of the books date from the 18th and 19th centuries. 42 book editions from the 16th century are extremely valuable with about 180 editions from the 17th century, seventy manuscripts and a particularly rich collection of dictionaries.
The library preserves works with themes from church and general history, theology, dogmatics, law, economics, missals and rituals of Eastern and Western rites and linguistic treasures. One of the oldest and most valuable books in the collection is the Missalum Zagrebiensis from 1506, printed in Venice.