Plan Your Visit
The Hub of Fine Arts, Kralja Tvrtka 11,
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The entrance is located on the side of the Stjepan Radić Street.GOOGLE MAPS
Ways to get to us
There are residential buildings in the vicinity with parking spaces, and on-street parking is also available nearby.
Intercity and suburban buses drive directly to bus stations. The Hub of Fine Arts is only a 10-minute walk from the station.
The Hub of Fine Arts provides parking spaces for visitors arriving by bicycle. Five spaces are available for your bicycle.
Photography & VideoNo photography or filming is allowed in The Hub of Fine Arts
Free Wi-FiFree Wi-Fi is available for all visitors to The Hub of Fine Arts.
ToiletsAccessible toilets for people with disabilities; ladies' and gentlemen's toilets are located next to the reception hall.
Comments and feedbackThe Hub of Fine Arts welcomes visitor feedback. Please use our visitor book when visiting The Hub of Fine Arts or through emails and social networks.
People with disabilitiesThe Hub of Fine Arts is accessible for people with disabilities.
Helping hostsHelping host is a service for all disabled visitors and their families that offers an extra pair of hands during the visit. Please book at least two weeks in advance.
PetsAnimals or pets of any kind are not allowed in The Hub of Fine Arts.
Food & BeveragesFood and beverages are not permitted inside The Hub of Fine Arts' exhibition space.
Bag checkPlease note that all bags, rucksacks, packages, and other personal items brought to the building may be inspected by our security staff.
Cell phonesPlease turn your cell phone to the vibrate setting and be respectful of other visitors when using your cell phone.
Lost propertyIf you've lost an item while visiting The Hub of Fine Arts, please contact us via e-mail or telephone.
Facilities for Babies and ChildrenIf you need help during your visit, please talk to a member of our staff.
Video SurveillanceFor the protection of visitors, staff, volunteers, and works of art, The Hub of Fine Arts is monitored by video surveillance.
Protecting the ArtPlease do not touch the works of art. Keep a safe distance of 40 cm (15.7 in) between you and the art.
Planning a group visit?