Museum of Yugoslavia
Museum of Yugoslavia
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Today’s Museum of Yugoslavia was called the Museum of Yugoslav History until the end of 2016. The name was changed twenty years after the Museum of Yugoslav History was established (1996) by merging and simultaneously dissoluting of the two institutions: the Memorial Center “Josip Broz Tito” and the Museum of the Revolution of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Minorities. Due to the socio-historical circumstances, wars and the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, these museums became a burden, unwanted witnesses of the past, traces of which were being thoroughly erased from the present. The funds of these two institutions served as the basis on which, according to a political decision, the new museum was established. Even though this musealization of Yugoslavia was supposed to “put it on the shelf” in accordance with the understanding of a museum as a storage place for “old and unnecessary things”, it turned out that the collections, histories, documentation and employees of these two insti
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  • wombatdavid
    Hobart, Australia2,251 contributions
    Worth it to visit Tito’s mausoleum
    We walked from the Old Town here and it was a good long walk if you want to but the last part getting under the autoroute and over the railway was a bit challenging. We took bus 41 back. The main building is under renovation which was a shame. We enjoyed seeing Tito’s Mausoleum and the gifts museum was ok but we would have liked more history. If you flew Air Serbia here show your boarding card for a discount.
    Written November 17, 2022
  • natalija
    Belgrade, Serbia1,388 contributions
    Must visit!
    This beautiful museum is located in the municipality of Dedinje, where you have a chance to see part of Yugoslav past. Museum is open from 10am until 6pm, on Mondays and Tuesdays is closed. Ticket price is 400 rsd (200 rsd for students).
    Traveled with friends
    Written October 20, 2020
  • Konstantinos S
    Athens, Greece82 contributions
    It is a must
    If you visit Belgrade you must go to Museum of Yugoslavia. It contains almost the whole modern history of this country. Even if it is a poor museum because probably it does not get enough funds from the west-friendly governments, history has many sides and some of them are presented there.
    Traveled with friends
    Written January 3, 2020
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wombatdavid
Hobart, Australia2,251 contributions
Nov 2022
We walked from the Old Town here and it was a good long walk if you want to but the last part getting under the autoroute and over the railway was a bit challenging. We took bus 41 back. The main building is under renovation which was a shame. We enjoyed seeing Tito’s Mausoleum and the gifts museum was ok but we would have liked more history.

If you flew Air Serbia here show your boarding card for a discount.
Written November 17, 2022
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Andrew
22 contributions
Sep 2022
This is not a museum of Yugoslavia, it is a museum about Tito, and not a very good one at that. Everything is in praise of this nasty dictator. The only mention of his unpleasant side was a note that he was prepared to confront opposition. That's one hell of a euphemism considering the tens of thousands he had murdered, not to mention the 45 years of communist oppression and the ensuing civil wars the were his legasy. Yet he seems to be looked upon as a benevolent hero. Someo e needs to tell the truth.
Written September 3, 2022
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Thomas G
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,374 contributions
Jul 2022
This is a great museum if you want more information about Yugoslavia. There are two sides of the museum. The left side is mostly gifts given by other nation to Josep Broz Tito. This was not very interesting. The right side was the history of Yugoslavia. How did it start? What happened in the Second World War? What was the role of Tito? This is worth visiting for an hour. It is only a shame there is no information about the ending of Yugoslavia. Afterwards combine this (within the same ticket) with the mausoleum of Tito, which will take about 20 minutes. This is a great museum and an absolute must-visit in Belgrade.
Written August 19, 2022
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Stephen E
Rotterdam, The Netherlands350 contributions
Mar 2022
Probably the best part of this museum was the old Yugoslav movies I bought in the gift shop. It was worth it to see Tito's grave though.
Written August 8, 2022
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Paul-Henry14
Honfleur, France2 contributions
May 2022 • Friends
Very disappointed by this museum. It’s just an exposition of Tito’s grave and the gifts he received throughout his life. Nothing about the history of yougoslavia.
I visited this museum not knowing anything about Yougoslavia, and I still don’t.
Written May 13, 2022
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Voyager
4 contributions
Feb 2022 • Friends
Very unique and special way to show monuments and different antiques and nature of former yugoslavia.
The personal antiquities of Tito was very well preserved and documented.
Written February 5, 2022
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Sarah b
Lytham St Anne's, UK1,570 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
We visited on a monday as part of a group tour on a Danube river cruise.

It was quite interesting to visit here. Largely based around the tomb of Tito and his wife and displays of photos and details of his funeral.

He was an important world leader for 40 years and warrants this historical notation.

We spent around an hour there which was plenty.
Written October 10, 2021
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Film G
New England893 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
You’ll visit Tito’s grave, and see some of the avalanche of gifts he received from visiting foreign diplomats and adoring Yugoslav citizens. There’s also the history of the Communist party in the country, minus all the executions and expulsions. Lovely building. Nice cafe. Clean toilets.
Written August 20, 2021
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natalija
Belgrade, Serbia1,388 contributions
Oct 2020 • Friends
This beautiful museum is located in the municipality of Dedinje, where you have a chance to see part of Yugoslav past.
Museum is open from 10am until 6pm, on Mondays and Tuesdays is closed.
Ticket price is 400 rsd (200 rsd for students).
Written October 20, 2020
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CWalk
London, UK70 contributions
Jul 2020 • Solo
This place is great. Makes you go back to Yugoslavia. There are one main exhibition and then the mausoleum of Tito. Is worth a visit
Written July 23, 2020
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