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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...more
The museum was quite interesting seeing all the gifts that Tito received. The museum had a dated feel to it.
We almost didn’t notice the entrance to the museum, if you come out of the House of Flowers and turn left following the arrows you...More
An excellent, well laid out and conditioned.
Contains archaeological displays from Serbian sites which have clear English explanations of the exhibits, settlement history etc.
There is also a large gallery of paintings.
We visited a House of Flowers: mauzoleum of Tito's, which constitutes a part of Museum of Yugoslavia. Interesting to visit, many photos and background information, mauzoleum in perfect condition, all the gifts Tito received kept in various rooms.
Very friendly staff. Children can visit Museum...More
Difficult to access, I was driven by local people. Common ticket with Tito’s museum, located in same place. Right now being renovated (not updated site) some of material exhibited (in storage) together with Tito’s staff. Despite the inconvenience, the presentation was enlightening of Yugoslavian history,...More
a pretty big museum with different sections. The main building itself is interesting for its architecture. Also the exhibit (I think it was temporary) about Tito's allies in Africa was very educating.
Tito's shrine is... well... it is more a mausoleum, and these always fascinate...More
Exactly two years after my review reflecting my disappointment, I am writing this one with great pleasure, because what I thought was missing (some items or information about Yugoslavia as an idea and as a country) is no more missing. And I'm much more pleased...More
House of Flowers , where Tito is buried and permanent exhibition of gifts made to Tito is still open and well worth a visit, with many signs in English. Main building where temporary exhibitions are housed is currently closed. 400 rsd entry. We spent 2...More
Not far from the city, this museum with the house of flower can be visited.
as part of history change in Serbia, the name doesn't tell exactly what is this place! It is Tito and his wife cemetery with many history of the communism Yugoslavia....More