We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews ottoman style ottoman period multiple rooms st michael nineteenth century interior design permanent exhibition friday and saturday free admission worth a visit worth seeing audio guide entrance fee short visit personal belongings interesting place nice museum
Even if someone is not so much into museums and stuff its worth paying the very low price of 200 dinars to see this residence. You can imagine how life was in that time for traditional rich families. It is very interesting if you try...More
Great place to visit. Former residence of Obrenovic royal family. Take a tour or an audio guide (free application available for download). Three stories to roam around though multiple rooms and see the mix of Turkish and European influences on Serbian interior decoration and architecture....More
Princess Ljubica's lived in this house in the nineteenth century and the furniture and furnishings conjure up the style of the period. It is fascinating and beautiful. The written explanations (in Serbian and English) were helpful and interesting and gave an insight into the way...More
Great opportunity to see some lovely buildings and a personal tour guide makes the trip educational - we had Lilijana and she was fantastic so sweet and funny and very genuine. So if you have a couple of hours and want to explore the city...More
The residence of Princess Ljubica was built between 1829 and 1831 by order of prince Miloš Obrenović for his wife Ljubica and their children.
The residance is full of interesting style of furniture,personal belongings and artwork.
A real gem! It is well kept, nicely done, many thins to see inside - furniture, dresses, memorabilia, very clean. You can really feel what was going on in Belgrade a century or two ago. Well known paintings of princes and princesses. The building itself...More
This is in unusual building ,and has been preserved as the best
example for traditional town architecture of its period.
It was built in 1830,by order of Prince Milos Obrenovic as a residence for his family,Princes Ljubica and there sons ,Mihailo
and Milan.They were forcibly...More