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Wax what?

I thought it was quaint when Mayor Ratio Stevanović took my friend and I here, but once I saw what... read more

Reviewed 23 January 2018
Larry A
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Jackson, California, United States
Small museum

Small museum of wax figures of important people in Serbian history. Some of them are very good, but... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2017
Sasha L
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Pancevo, Serbia
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22 Jan 2018
“Wax what?”
15 Aug 2017
“Small museum”
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Reviewed 23 January 2018

I thought it was quaint when Mayor Ratio Stevanović took my friend and I here, but once I saw what it represented, I was astounded. Though this museum is small and it won't take too much time to visit, the people honored are the movers...More

Thank Larry A
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Small museum of wax figures of important people in Serbian history. Some of them are very good, but there are a lot of poor. Still, very good to lose 1 hour in Jagodina.

Thank Sasha L
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

A lot of important serbian sportsmen, presidents, scientist are displayed but the quality od the wax figures is just poor! The figures arent maintained and their hair really looks messed up. Especialy the figure od Vlade Divac, one of the most famous basketball players of...More

Thank tinamartina46
Reviewed 10 April 2016

This is quite a small museum and there are a few figures that you would have to be Serbian to recognise, as you would expect. However, the figures are very lifelike, especially those of Putin and Vuk Bojovic.

Thank Sue H
Reviewed 4 November 2015

Wax Museum opened on April 29, 2008, and employs 8 people - professionals and associates. The museum is one of the six museums in Europe and the first in Serbia with the characters of domestic history of Saint Sava to Kostunica and Divac. The museum...More

Thank Zlatan75Mitic
Reviewed 28 October 2015

Not worth your money. Use your time for other activities while in Jagodina. It is too small, bad sculptures. I wouldn't call it a museum. It is a room made in purpose of money making.

1  Thank Ema G
Reviewed 14 August 2015

Putting aside my personal fear of wax figures, it was an okay visit. I learned a bit about Serbian writers and other historical figures and I feel that alone made the visit worth it. If you're like me then visiting this place will be equal...More

Thank LjubicaJel
Reviewed 3 July 2015

The museum has about thirty wax figures of important persons from serbian history. Even though they don't look perfect, they deserve to be seen, as it's an authentic work of serbian artists. If you're spending time in Jagodina you should definitely visit Jagodina wax museum,...More

Thank IgorMarkovic
Reviewed 26 March 2015 via mobile

Very small museum and I can see how things have improved slightly since sometimes they hade a bad figures but today they have a very nice figures and a very friendly staff that will help you inform and answer any questions you might have for...More

Thank Vladimir M
Reviewed 29 May 2013

Museum is small with 29 figures mostly Serbian writers, scientists, politicians... Some figures are hard to recognize. The only value are original costumes. Curators are well educated, interesting, ready to help.

Thank MetalMind
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