Nikola Tesla museum

Nikola Tesla museum, BelgradeNikola Tesla, also known as “the man who invented the 21st century”, “the greatest geek who ever lived” or “son of lighting” was a remarkable man and scientist whose numerous patents (around 300) completely reshaped the world of the last century. Just some of these patents are: alternative current, laser, x-ray, radio, wireless communication, radio and electric motor. If you have time only for one museum – go here, because coming to Belgrade without using an opportunity to learn more about this man would be a mistake!

Krunska 51, +381112433886
Tue -Sun: 10h–18h
The demonstration is being performed every full hour.
Ticket price: 500 RSD

Aeronautical museum

aeronautical-museum-belgradIf you like airplanes, this is your place! This museum has an impressive collection, from examples of early aviation to pieces of F-117 that was taken down during the NATO bombing of Serbia. Museum is located right next the airport, so it is not a bad idea to see it before departure or righ after arrival, if your schedule and luggage permit you to do so. If going from the city use lines A1 (from Slavija) or 72 (from Zeleni venac)

Nikola Tesla airport, +381112670992
Working hours:
Monday-Sunday: 09h – 16h
Tuesday – Sunday: 09h -18:30h
Ticket price: 500 RSD

African art museum

African art museum, BelgradeThis is not something you would really expect to see in Serbia, but it is well worth a visit. The Museum has a very nice permanent collection of works of art from all over West Africa and different theme exhibitions throughout the year. It’s most popular annual event is the AFRO FESTIVAL which takes place in June! For better idea you can check a virtual tour available o their website.

Andre Nikolića 14, +381112651654
Mon – Sun: 10h -18h
Ticket price: 150 RSD

Applied art museum

This museum hosts around 37,000 artifacts, covering a span of some 2400 years. Among these artifacts are jewellery, old manuscripts and printed books, objects carved in wood, horn and mother-of-pearl, woodcut and painted icons… The oldest artifacts date to IV century BC, and belong to the coin collection (coins from ancient Greece), while the collections in the Department for contemporary applied arts contain objects of the most recent artistic production.

Vuka Karadžića 18, +381112626841
Working hours: Tue – Sat: 11h – 19h
Ticket price: 200 din, free for art students

Car museum

If you are into old-timers, this is a real threat! Museum has collection of 50 cars from 19th and 20th century. The oldest car is Marot – Gardon, from 1897. with De Dion Bouton engine, but each vehicle is a masterpiece and an important piece of automotive industry.

Majke Jevrosime 30, +381113034625
Working hours: Mon – Sun: 09:30h – 20h
Ticket price: 200 RSD

Ethnographic museum

Ethnographic museum, BelgradeThis is a great place to get acquainted with customs and traditions of Serbia and Balkans in general. Museum has a nice collection of objects related to every day life of past centuries, including traditional clothing which is very richly decorated in this part of the world. Temporary exhibitions are also frequent and once a year museum hosts International festival of ethnological film.

Studentski trg 13, +381113281888
Working hours:
Tue – Sat: 10h – 17h, Sun: 09h – 02h
Ticket price: 150 RSD

Military museum

15542005_10154146472008587_4610104081347551269_nLocated right on the Kalemegdan fortress, this museum has a great collection of military items, ranging from prehistory to world wars of the last century. In other words, walk trough this museum will give you a pretty good idea of Belgrade’s turbulent history. We recommend it.

Working hours:
Tue – Sun: 10h – 17h
Ticket price: 150 RSD, or 120 RSD for groups

Museum of Yugoslav history

museum-25-maj-belgradeThe Museum of Yugoslav History (MYH), preserves, researches and interprets the cultural heritage of the former country of Yugoslavia, with special emphasis on the social history of the socialist period. It was founded in 1996, as a result of a merger between the Memorial Centre Josip Broz Tito and the Museum of the Revolution of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Minorities. In 2013, it was declared an institution of national significance. The Museum of Yugoslav History complex consists of three venues that used to be part of the Memorial Centre Josip Broz Tito: the May 25 Museum, the House of Flowers and the Old Museum.

Botićeva 6, +381113671485
Working hours:
Tue – Sun: 10h – 20h (from mid-April to mid-October)
Tue to Sun: 10h – 18h (from mid-October to mid-April)
Ticket price: 400 din, free English tours every weekend.

Zepter museum

Zepter museum, BelgradeZepter museum has been open with intention “to gather together in one place the works and artists who can visualize the complex art scene in Serbia in the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of the new millennium.” Collection has more than 350 works of art of most prominent artists of this period.

Knez Mihailova 42, +381113283339
Working hours:
Tue – Sun: 10–20h
Thu – Sat: 12-22h
Ticket price: 200 RSD

Other recommendations:

Gallery of Frescoes
Cara Uroša 20
Working hours: Tue – Fri: 10h – 17h
Thu: 12h – 20h, Sun: 10h – 14h
Ticket price: 200 dinars, entry is free on Sundays

Historical Museum of Serbia
Nikola Pašić Square 11
Working hours: Tue – Sun 12h – 19h
Ticket price:200 dinars

Ivo Andrić museum
Andrićev venac 8
Working hours: Tue – Sat 10h – 17h
Thu: 12h – 20h
Sun: 10h – 14h
Ticket price: 200 dinars

Jevrem Grujić house
Svetogorska 17
Working hours:
Thu – Fri: 15h – 20h
Sat – Sun: 11h – 16h
Ticket price:150 dinars

Jewish Historical Museum
Kralja Petra 71a
Working hours:
Mon – Fri: 10h – 14h

Manak’s House
Gavrila Principa 5
Working hours: Tue – Sat: 10h – 17h
Ticket price: 100 dinars

Paja Jovanović museum
Kralja Milana Street 21/IV
Working hours:
Thu: 10h – 18h
Sat: 12h – 20h, Sun 10h – 14h
Ticket price: 200 dinars

Petar Lubarda’s Legacy
Iličićeva 1
Working hours: Tue – Sun: 10h – 17h
Ticket price: 200 dinars

Red star football club museum
Ljutice Bogdana 1a
Working hours:
Mon- Fri 09h – 16h
Sat: 09h – 14h
Ticket price: 200 dinars

Residence of Princess Ljubica
Kneza Sime Markovića 8
Working hours:
Tue – Fri: 10h – 17h
Thu: 10h – 18h, Sat: 12h – 20h
Sun: 10h – 14h
Ticket price: 200 dinars

Roma Culture museum
Husinskih rudara 17a
Working hours:
08h – 13h or 14h – 20h (every second week)
Entry is free.

Science and Technology Museum
Skender-begova 51
Working hours: Tue – Sun 10h – 20h
Ticket price:200 dinars

Serbian Orthodox Church museum
Kneza Sime Markovića 3
Working hours:
Mon – Fri 09h – 16h
Ticket price: 150 RSD

Theatrical Art museum
Gospodar Jevremova 19
Working hours:
Mon – Fri: 09h – 15h, Sat: 09h – 14h
Entry is free.

Vuk and Dositej museum
Gospodar Jevremova 21
Working hours:
Tue and Fri: 10h – 17h
Thu and Sat: 12h – 20h
Sun: 10h – 14h
Ticket price:200 dinars, entry is free on Sundays

Zemun Homeland Museum
Glavna 9
Working hours:
Tue – Fri: 10h – 17h
Sat: 10h – 20h, Sun: 10h – 14h
Entry is free.

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