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. Due to the aforementioned spatial limitation of the Museum, the cell is currently a part of the collection of weapons from the period of World War I and II, which is not directly related to the prison function of this part of the castle, but refers to approximately same time period of the first half of the 20th century. 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.