The National Museum in Belgrade near Falkensteiner Hotels


The National Museum was founded by a decree of the Minister of Education Jovan Sterija Popovic on May 10, 1844 as Serbian Museum (Muzeum serbski) whose purpose was to collect antiquities in one place and to safeguard them for posterity. 

The last few decades, the rich exhibiting and publishing activity as well as the diverse programmes for the public with new technologies in a prominent place, confirmed that the National Museum is an important center of communication and source of knowledge, an open, dynamic and accessible museum.

New permanent collection of the National museum represents huge chronological period from Paleolithic period to 20 th century art. Collection is organized and presented on three levels and 5000sqm of exhibition space. Carefully selected artefacts will tell their stories about history and arts.

Who is it aimed at?
Couples, friends, family, groups

By public transportation, by taxi

Good to know
Entrance is free of charge on Sundays
The Museum is closed on Mondays.

How are you moving around?

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