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Museum of Yugoslav History

Katiceva 6, Belgrade 11000, Serbia
+381 11 3671485
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Museum complex includes the House of Flowers which is the final resting place of Josip Broz Tito. There are exhibitions and displays in the complex giving an insight into the former Yugoslavia during the time of Tito.

Thank Ralph1803
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lost memory of one unique country - Yugoslavia and idea of living in freedom, equality and understanding...

Thank Eugen P
Reviewed August 29, 2017 via mobile

The museum isn't in the city centre, it is near one of Beograd's stadiums, but you can easily get there by car or public transport, eventually by feet. The museum is hosted in more then one building surrounded by a big and beautiful park. In...More

Thank maxbloki
Reviewed August 26, 2017

.... despite being directed there by Tourist Information Office and given a map. When asked why the closure could not be shared with Tourist office given a shrug.

Thank WessexChap
Reviewed August 25, 2017 via mobile

I really enjoyed the Tito in Africa exhibition and the detail in the non aligned movement. Some good photos and it paints a picture of what was happening at that time in history. House of flowers is ok but Titos there if you are into...More

Thank superfurryallan
Reviewed August 18, 2017

Really a lot of history in one place. Yugoslavian history for everyone. In the same place is also Tito grave. Must do in Belgrade

Thank Ewa P
Reviewed July 30, 2017 via mobile

The museum was very cool and explained titos life and Yugoslavia history very well. There was a lot of interesting artifacts that tito recieved during hus life. However where to go and where tobstart was quite confusing

1  Thank Jens S
Reviewed July 6, 2017

An eclectic museum, parts of which I found very interesting and others were tedious and unexciting. The photography exhibition was excellent and a very hardhitting look at 20th century history. The permanent exhibition contains a large collection of memorabilia that is mildly interesting but largely...More

Thank CK_Aussie_girl
Reviewed June 22, 2017 via mobile

The Museum of Yugoslav History, a newly organised museum called The Storeroom Opens, and Tito's mausoleum are in a small sculpture park. Your ticket gets you into all four. When I visited (June 2017) the first museum was closed temporarily as they were preparing a...More

1  Thank Whonose
Reviewed June 16, 2017 via mobile

This museum could be one of Belgrade's biggest attractions but it's not. The building and the surroundings are not very well kept and the exhibitions are not what I expected. I went here to see and learn about Yugoslav history but there was not much...More

Thank MABE_82
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