Museums and galleries

The best way to learn about a nation’s history, culture and art is to visit its museums and galleries and Serbia’s museums will truly take you on a journey through time and space.

The best way to learn about a nation’s history, culture and art is to visit its museums and galleries and Serbia’s museums will truly take you on a journey through time and space.
Whether you’re interested in learning about history, art or culture there truly is something for everyone…
For baking aficionados, a visit to the Museum of Bread is a must.Aerophile’s should pay a visit to the Aeronautical Museum.
Or if your little ones are keen to learn more about dinosaurs, be sure to visit the Natural History Park.To learn more about the culture and history of the different regions of Serbia, the museums of VojvodinaToplicaKikinda and Sombor are ideal.
In Belgrade, the Gallery of Frescoes, included in UNESCO’s World Heritage Registry, is the place to see some of the finest medieval frescoes all in one place. Also, well worth a visit is the Nikola Tesla Museum, dedicated to honoring and displaying the life and work of the famed scientist.

Town Museum of Sombor
The City Museum of Sombor preserves the archaeological, ethnological and historical treasures of the Bačka region, as well as numerous works of visual and applied arts from across Serbia.
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Museum of Illusions
The Museum of Illusions is a fantastic spot at the heart of the central area of Belgrade where nothing is what it seems. It will make you question your senses and learn why the eyes see things the...
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National Museum in Kikinda
The diverse collections of the National Museum in Kikinda contain tens of thousands of exhibits which will take you on an exciting journey through time.
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Museum of Yugoslavia
The Museum of Yugoslavia is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the complex Yugoslav heritage.The museum displays exhibits from all stages of development and subsequent decline of Yugoslavia...
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Lepenski Vir Museum
Lepenski Vir Museum was built to protect the eponymous archaeological site and hosts artefacts dating back to 7000–6500 BCE.
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Old Village Open-Air Museum
Situated in the village of Sirogojno on the plateau of Mt. Zlatibor, Old Village Open-Air Museum features authentic buildings constructed in the 19th and early 20th Centuries. Log cabins,...
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Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art
Recognisable for their bright colours and great amount of detail, the works of self-taught naïve artists are an authentic expression of a creative energy that does not heed any restrictions or...
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Nikola Tesla Museum
Nikola Tesla, the illustrious American scientist of Serbian descent, gave an immensurable contribution to humanity’s technological progress.
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Felix Romuliana
Gamzigrad, near the city of Zaječar, is the site of the remains of the ancient imperial palace Felix Romuliana, built in the late 3rd and early 4th Centuries CE.
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National Museum of Toplica
Originally conceived as a museum displaying exclusively historical material and exhibits from World War II, the National Museum of Toplica soon developed into a complex institution, with...
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Fresco Gallery
The Fresco Gallery in Belgrade displays more than 1,300 copies of major frescoes, architectural decorations and gravestones created in the Serbian state from the 11th to the...
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“Jeremija” Museum of Bread
In the village of Pećinci, in the fertile plains of Vojvodina, stands a museum dedicated to bread, the only of its kind in Serbia.The Serbian Museum of Bread “Jeremija” covers...
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Museum of Contemporary Art
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade is a must for any art lovers visiting Serbia. 
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Museum of Vojvodina
With more than 400,000 exhibits depicting 40.000 years of history of Serbia’s northern province, the Museum of Vojvodina is one of the largest museums in the country.The main building in...
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Natural History Centre of Serbia
The area covered by the Natural History Centre of Serbia in Svilajnac comprises nine thematic exhibitions, which will transport you thousands of years back through time, all the way to when the...
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The National Museum
The National Museum in Belgrade houses some of the most valuable archaeological, artistic and numismatic artifacts that represent rich multicultural heritage of Serbia, but also of other parts of...
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Aviation Museum
The Aviation Museum is situated near Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Its rich collection of original aircraft, radars and aircraft engines, both inside the museum and in its yard, bears witness to...
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