The National Museum
The National Museum is the most significant, the oldest and central Serbian museum. After over a hundred and sixty years of growth and development, from collecting rarities to comprehensive presentation of cultural heritage of Serbia and Europe, it has 34 archeological, numismatic, artistic and historical collections today.
Jewish Historical Museum
The Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade was founded in 1948. The Museum is established within the Federation of Jewish Communities of Serbia and is a unique museum in the country. It is thematically specialized and complex in terms of contents. Apart from museum collections, it also has a significant archive.
Residence of Princess Ljubica
The Residence of Princess Ljubica was erected by order of Miloš Obrenović in 1831. By its architectural composition and arrangement, the palace belongs to the Balkan style, with some western Baroque elements.
The House of Flowers
The House of Flowers and its accompanying museums dedicated to the memory of Josip Broz Tito offer visitors a glimpse into both the life and times of the man and his conflicted legacy.
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace was the home of King Alexander I and King Peter II. Today The Royal Palace is the home of Crown Prince Alexander and his family.
The Old Palace
The Old Palace, the Royal Palace of the Obrenović dynasty of Serbia, presently housing the City Assembly of Belgrade, was built between 1882 and 1884.
Military Museum is situated on the Belgrade Fortress, in the oldest part of Belgrade. With its well known exterior, Museum is one of the fortress’ symbols.
Nikola Tesla Museum
Nikola Tesla Museum
Nikola Tesla Museum is a unique institution of science and culture in Serbia and in the world. It is the only museum in the world which preserves the original and personal inheritance of Nikola Tesla.
Museum of Applied Arts
The Museum of Applied Art was founded in 1950. It belongs to the category of specialized museums. The main activity of The Museum of Applied Art is systematic collecting, protecting, studying, exhibiting and publishing works of applied art.
Museum of African Art
Situated in one of the most beautiful residential areas of Belgrade, the Museum of African Art is the only museum in the country dedicated entirely to the culture and arts of the African continent.
Residence of Prince Miloš
After having built the residence for his wife and children in the town of Belgrade, Knez Miloš Obrenović raised this lodging for himself in Topčider, in 1831-1834.