Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum
Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum
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  • S.
    8 contributions
    Educational
    The museum offers a ticket discount for students, which is a great incentive for visitors. The permanent exhibition is great, it shows the era for what it was - the good and the controversial. It is also the final resting place of Marshall Tito, which adds historical and national value to the site.
    Traveled with friends
    Written January 8, 2023
  • Nikolina M
    Zagreb, Croatia5 contributions
    Don't miss
    One of the main things we wanted to visit when in Belgrade and we weren't disappointed. While small, the museum is full of interesting things about President of Yuoslavia Tito, his illness, his funeral and the aftermath. While we were here somebody brought some flowers to his grave and that was nice to see.
    Written August 30, 2022
  • GoGo2SlowGo
    Denton, Texas1,535 contributions
    Quite a history lesson of the former Yugoslavia
    When I grew up, Yugoslavia was a country and Tito was the ruler. Serbia was part of Yugoslavia and Belgrade was the capital. This is the final resting place of Josip Broz Tito. There are three museums here and lots to see. Tito kept all of the gifts he received from world leaders and citizens alike. There are pictures of his train car that he used to travel all over Europe. There are pictures of his funeral which was attended by many still recognizable world leaders. If you are a history buff - you'll appreciate this place.
    Written March 25, 2020
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Robert D
Brooklyn, New York2,334 contributions
Aug 2022
This beautiful mausoleum is the final resting place of Tito and his fourth wife. On both sides of his tomb, you will find exhibits about him. When I visited, there was an exhibit about Tito's death, funeral, and the reaction both in Yugoslavia and around the world. The Mausoleum is part of the Museum of Yugoslavia.
Written October 13, 2022
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WilliamArthur
Mumbles, UK128 contributions
Mar 2019 • Solo
Lots of interesting exhibits, many as gifts to Tito. Beautiful grounds, somewhat dilapidated building in need of restoration and peaceful mausoleum.
Lots of knowledgable staff only too helpful to answer any question.
Interesting part of the city with lots of famous neighbours.
Written January 27, 2020
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Ntragkon
Antarctica2,605 contributions
Oct 2016 • Solo
Museum?! You must be kidding!
Mausoleum ?! Well, we are not in Egypt!
Place for the remains of deceased is - graveyard!
Who knows if those bones are there at all.
You will find almost - nothing.
An obscure, pagan exhibition so, you can freely skip.
Written July 5, 2017
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AaronSandberg
1 contribution
May 2015 • Couples
If you have a fascination with dictators of past then this is not the place to go to. Here you will find a selection of statues glorifying a egomaniac who murdered many Serbs during his time as leader of Yugoslavia. Our guide told us of the great era in which people enjoyed job security, high standard of living and freedom. When a few of us asked to see unemployment statistics, evidence of the standard of living she went bright red. Instead a series of pictures with Elziabeth Taylor were paraded around. If this man and his legacy was so great, then I ask you two questions: 1. Why don't the rest of the former parts of Yugoslavia celebrate him and 2. If the system was so good then why isn't it around today? Save yourself he time and propaganda of visiting this terrible excuse for a museum.
Written May 28, 2015
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Tiberiu_Baranyi
Timisoara, Romania11,019 contributions
Oct 2019
The mausoleum of Tito - born Josip Broz - can be found in Belgrade as part of the so called "Museum of Yugoslavia".
Josip Broz - Tito - born in the 19th century (having Croatian Father and Slovenian Mother) was an officer of the Austro-Hungarian army before WWI and became the leader of the Serb Partisans during WWII. After WWII ended Yugoslavia formed under the leadership of Tito. Tito was supported by Josef Stalin but their friendship came to an end towards 1950 when Tito openly declared that Yugoslavia will follow their own path taking the communist model of the USSR but not following directions from Moscow (Tito's a approach enraged Stalin who ordered his assassination, several attempts failed ... and Tito's famous threat sent to Stalin is a piece of modern history).
Overall Tito has a built a cult of personality - ruling Yugoslavia for more than 40 years - the cult of personality was maintained after his death in 1980 by the Communist Party of Yugoslavia.
In the mausoleum there are personal object of Tito - his and his wife's funerary monument.
For those of you who are interested in history is a must visit place when you are in Belgrade.
Written June 21, 2020
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Dam-Slo
Ljubljana110 contributions
Jul 2014 • Solo
Memories of forgotten homeland. Amazing how cherished and respected personality TITO was. Forget the political b.s. he was a persona. A perfect museum to go back in time and yes we lived a good life under hic leadership! :-)

Museum is great for all generations.
Written September 18, 2014
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Terry Anzur
The Palm Beaches, FL1,473 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
The actual name of this attraction is Muzej Jugoslavia or Museum of Yugoslavia. The place where you will find the graves of Tito and his third wife Jovanka is called the House of Flowers, the home where he spent the last years of his life in the hills overlooking Belgrade. I never heard it called the Tito Mausoleum until looking for it on Trip Advisor. We came here on a communism tour with Belgrade Walking Tours. Our excellent guide Teodora led us through the adjoining museum of the many gifts given to Tito and explained Tito’s power in an entertaining way before giving us free time in the burial site. You can visit on your own by taking Bus 40 from the Center. The gift shop was closed. Highly recommended if you are interested in Balkan History.
Written May 31, 2019
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Porcophile
Chapel Hill, NC413 contributions
Sep 2014 • Friends
As 20th century dictators go, Tito was a sweetheart. Like Franco or Salazar, he left his neighbors alone and ruled with a relatively light hand. He also did a good job of playing off the US and the USSR for his country's benefit. His museum shows his delight at hanging out with celebrities and being applauded by large crowds. I was amused to see that he wore a pre-tied bow tie with his white dinner jacket. Any visitor to Belgrade should take in this monument. Given what happened in former Yugoslavia after his death, it is not surprising that there is some nostalgia for his regime.
Written October 13, 2014
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SaleV
Stockholm, Sweden63 contributions
Feb 2013 • Business
This is for people who want to see a touch from the past period when the leader was Josip Broz Tito-comunist period there are uniforms from him,also maps from that period and some souvenirs that are rare year by year.
Written October 12, 2013
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Karinatravelmanager
Sydney53 contributions
Sep 2013 • Family
Good to go and check it out if you want to know a bit more about Tito and the passion of his people. The museum on premises is fantastic to see. It is full cultural gifts that he received from not only from the people of former Yugoslavia and also worldwide.
Written October 9, 2013
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