Established in 1986, Zasavje Museum serves the three municipalities of Zasavje: Trbovlje, Zagorje and Hrastnik. Housed in a 19th-century Trbovlje burgher house, the main museum holds a large collection on the development of mining in the region. In 1996 the upper floor was converted into a gallery to house the museum's fine arts collection, mostly of works by sculptor Stojan Batič (b 1925), including his Miners' and Explosion Cycles.
The Zasavje Museum public institution also manages the Hrastnik Museum and the Memorial House of the Founding Congress of the Communist Party of Slovenia in Čebine, and offers visits to the in situ mining collection in Kisovec.
Education collection at Hrastnik Museum, signs along the way, the development of basic education in Zasavje Puppets and Puppeteers Collection at Hrastnik Museum established in 2002 in the museum attic Artifacts from the Black...Happy Valley exhibition (Razstava Srečno...črne doline), Mining collection, Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje commemorating 200 years of mining history in the region Artifacts from the Industrial collection, Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje, documenting related industry that grew around the core business of mining, such as lime, glass, cement, brick, machining, chemical industry Inside a preserved miners cottage, showing the social situation of miners in the last 100 years, Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje Inside a preserved miners cottage, showing the social situation of miners in the last 100 years, Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje BatiÄ's Salon on the upper floor showing the museum's fine arts collection, mostly of works by sculptor Stojan BatiÄ (b 1925), including his Miners' and Explosion Cycles made between 1959 and 1965 Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje, permanent exhibition of Hrastnik Puppets and puppeteers, opened July 2002, containing more than 120 artifacts from the 30 year history of the puppet theater founded in 1947 Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje, signage directing the Ethnological path Zasavje Museum, Trbovlje, Ethnological path, sites connected to the history of mining