The most valuable and most visited museums and galleries
Народни музеј Србије / Narodni muzej Srbije
National Museum was established on 10th May 1844. It moved into the present building in 1950, with the grand opening of the venue on 23th May 1952. Since its founding, the museum's collection has grown to over 400,000 objects.
Музеј савремене уметности / Muzej savremene umetnosti
It collects and displays artworks produced since 1900 in Serbia and the former Yugoslavia. The museum itself is an artwork of the second half of the 20th century.
The Nikola Tesla Museum is housed in a residential villa built in 1927 according to the designs of Dragiša Brašovan, a distinguished Serbian architect. It holds more than 160,000 original documents, over 2,000 books and journals, over 1,200 historical technical exhibits, over 1,500 photographs and photo plates, and over 1,000 plans and drawings.
Unlike other museums in Serbia, the Museum of Science and Technology didn’t have any initial collection at the moment of the foundation in 1989. In other words, Museum’s fund was collected exclusively by its curators, mainly through gifts and donations.
The building that houses the Historical Museum of Serbia was built as the seat of the Privileged Agrarian Bank in the period from 1932 to 1934. From 2006, the building has been used by the Historical Museum of Serbia. The ground floor of the building has been used as the Museum’s exhibition space, while the former vault of the Agrarian Bank has been transformed into the Museum’s storeroom. Over 35,000 items have been organized in 23 collections and four funds. The Residence of Prince Miloš is part of Historical Museum of Serbia.
One of the oldest museums in the Balkans. The Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade fulfills its mission together with the efforts of various stakeholders in the domain of presentation, revitalization and development of crafts in Serbia. Part of this museum is Manak's House, almost 200 years old house.
The founder of the Museum (together with the co–founder ZEPTERINVEST) and its owner, Mrs. Madlena Zepter, a citizen of Belgrade and the world, and the world in Belgrade, presented her native city with another cultural institution. It was opened on July 1, 2010 in that magnificent building in the historic center of Belgrade and the vicinity of the most precious cultural and educational institutions at 42, Kneza Mihaila Street.
The museum specializes in African art, and predominantly features African masks. It was established from the private collection of Croatian diplomat in service of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zdravko Pečar (born in Međimurje), and was a result of his long stay as Ambassador to Africa. Collection contains near 1,800 pieces.
Museum of Illusions offers interactive, immersive and fun experience for children, parents, couples, grandmothers and grandfathers – a perfect, unusual and exciting place for all generations. Amusing and awesome tricks will teach you about vision, perception, the human brain and science so it will be easier to perceive why your eyes see things which your brain cannot understand.
Museum of Yugoslav History consists of: House of Flowers (Tito's tomb), Old museum (Tito's gifts and documents about Yugoslavian history) and Museum 25th May (temporary exhibitions)
Founded in 1903, Belgrade City Museum operates with several cultural institutions: Ivo Andrić Museum, Princess Ljubica's Residence, Paja Jovanović Museum, Banjica Concentration Camp Museum, Collection of Icons Sekulić, Archaeological Site Vinča and Jovan Cvijić Museum.
The Jewish Historical Museum of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbia is the only museum in Serbia that preserves the legacy of Jews from the territory of the former Yugoslavia.
Музеј Српске православне Цркве
The Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Belgrade was opened in 1954. The museum exhibit is divided into several sections: metallic liturgical objects, exhibits related to historical events and persons, exhibits dedicated to the life of Serbs on the territory of the Habsburg Monarchy and a collection of icons. Opening Hours: Weekdays 9-16 h, Saturdays, Sundays and Religious Holidays the Museum is Closed
Museum of Applied Arts contains over 37,000 works of applied art, which reflect the development of applied art over a 2,400 year span. The oldest artifacts of the museum are Ancient Greek coins from the 4th century BC. Collections: METAL AND JEWELLERY, FURNITURE, TEXTILE AND COSTUME, PHOTOGRAPHY AND PRINT ROOM, CERAMICS, GLASS AND PORCELAIN, CONTEMPORARY APPLIED ART AND DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, URBANISM AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN.
The Museum was founded by the Assembly of the City of Belgrade and Bratislav Petkovic, the collector and owner of a collection comprising historically valuable cars and archive material on the domestic history of motoring. The Museum’s premises are situated in the Modern Garage, a characteristic monument of the technical culture of its age, itself declared a cultural asset. The building, designed by the Russian arhitect Valerij Staševski, was built in the city centre in 1929 as the first public garage.
Gallery of Frescoes of the National Museum in Belgrade is unique by its function and content, collecting, safeguarding and exhibiting in one place the highest achievements of Serbian Medieval and Byzantine art. Its rich collection includes 1,300 copies of frescoes created between the 11th and mid-15th century as well as some copies of icons and miniatures from the same period.
SASA Gallery of Visual Arts and Music www
Gallery of Petar Dobrović www
Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić www
Sales Art Gallery Beograd www
Gallery CHAOS www
Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art www
O3ONE Art Space www
Gallery ŠTAB www