The Memorial Room of Ivana Brlić Mažuranić represents an exhibition area comprising the copies of original photographs and documents which bear witness of the life and work of this writer who was born in Ogulin. The memorial room was created on 18 April 1974, on the birthday of Ivana Brlić Mažuranić, and was arranged by the writer Dr. Sc. Nedjeljko Mihanović and the academic painter Srećko Pavlinić, on the initiative and idea put forward by the writer Dragutin Tadijanović. Since the original arrangement of the exhibition dedicated to this author, there have been no major changes or additions to the collection. In 2007, the thematic, i.e. costumed guidance was introduced in the memorial room. Based on a photograph of Ivana Brlić Maćuranić, her long dress and a hat have been reconstructed. They are worn by an impersonator of Ivana Brlić Mažuranić, working part-time, who awaits the visitors in the room dedicated to her. The costumed guide presents herself as Ivana Brlić Mažuranić, and tells a first-person story about her childhood, family and creative work, while also communicating with the visitors. This program within the Museum visit is primarily intended for younger school groups, i.e. for the children up to 10 years of age (4th grade of primary school), and it has a particular educational importance due to the correlation with the obligatory school reading list, including the works of Ivana Brlić Mažuranić, which the children of that age are required to read in the classes and at home.