In the spirit of historical events that took place inside the walls of the Frankopan Castle, one of the vestiges of past is the so-called Tito’s Cell, or the Cell No. 6.
This ambient oval room on the second floor of the Museum, with a dome vault and massive, iron-framed wooden door, bears witness to the prison days of Josip Broz – Tito, who was imprisoned there twice (in 1927 and from 1933 to 1934).
The cell retained the original appearance of the prison space, with a heavy cast iron furnace, fixed with a solid iron rim.
Up to the beginning of the 1990s, the Cell No. 6 was an integral part of the Collection of the Workers’ Movement and National Liberation War (NOB), which was a favoured collection in the first decades of the Museum, and the one which was most worked on. Today, the cell represents an attractive and impressive museum content for the visitors.