Among all activities in Belgrade, visiting museums is one of the most popular activity during your stay in our beautiful capital. The list of all museums is very long, and it is hard to choose the best ones you must visit in short frame of time. Today we made a list of Top 5 museums in Belgrade in order to help you choose the most exquisite ones.
#1 Museum of Contemporary Art
The architecture of the museum testifies to the interweaving of diverse influences, artistic and cultural tendencies, and social and economic forces. The new building of the Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the most important achievements of the postwar Yugoslav architecture and important example of museum buildings in the former Yugoslavia. There are several exhibit collections: Collection of Paintings from 1900 to 1945, Collection of Paintings after 1945, The collection of sculptures, collection of prints and drawings and collection of new art media (photography, film, video, etc.).
#2 Nikola Tesla Museum
Born and raised in the Austrian Empire, Nikola Tesla was known as inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist who is best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system. This museum is dedicated to his life work. Visual and interactive museum will help you to understand his genius mind.
#3 Museum of Yugoslav history
Located in the Dedinje district, it chronicles the period of Socialist Yugoslavia as well as the life of Josip Broz Tito. Tito’s grave is located in one of the Museum buildings (the House of Flowers). Find out interesting fact about former Yugoslavia. History, buildings and museums will fascinate your knowledge. See Belgrade before democratic changes at the beginning of the third millennium.
#4 Military Museum
Located at beautiful sight in Belgrade, Kalemegdan fortress, Military museum is the most accurate witness of changes in history at this part of Balkans and wider. The museum has over 3,000 ancient and modern items which include everything from Roman swords and helmets to items of modern war history.
#5 National Museum of Serbia
Founded in 1844, it is dedicated to the “protection, interpretation and promotion” of the heritage of the Balkan Peninsula and wider European history, from prehistoric times to the present day. The largest museum in Serbia have a collection of historical, archaeological, numismatic and art objects at the main building (more than 400,000 objects).
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