Residence of Prince Milos Obrenovic is located in a beautiful Topcider Park in Belgrade. This museum tells stories about turbulent Serbian history under the Turkish occupation and the constant aspiration of the Serbian people for independence. Through numerous exhibited objects the museum also tells a story of the transformation of the Serbian society from an oriental to a European society.
This building was constructed in 1831 according to the wish of prince Milos (the leader of the Second Serbian Uprising against the Turks). With his stunning diplomacy, Milos managed to achieve the dual government of Serbia (both Turkish and Serbian), which at the end resulted in restriction of the Turkish rule only to cites in Serbia. Milos chose the location of this residence with great attention, since it was quite far away from Belgrade’s Fortress where Turkish forces were stationed. Even though he owned another residence near Belgrade’s Fortress, the residence of Princess Ljubica (his wife), he spent much more time in this building, since he could notice any Turkish delegation or army approaching the building from a great distance.
The museum exhibits objects on two floors. On the ground floor there are objects and clothing from the period of the Turkish rule in Serbia, while on the first floor those that testify to the transformation of Serbian society from oriental to European.
Ticket prices for the Residence of Prince Milos Obrenovic in Belgrade
Regular ticket price is: 200 RSD.
Reduced ticket price is: 100 RSD.
Reduced price: retired individuals, children and students.
Free entrance- children younger than 7 years and every Tuesday for all visitors.
We advise you to check ticket prices and working hours before visiting – check the official website of the Residence of Prince Milos Obrenovic in Belgrade.
Working hours of Residence of Prince Milos Obrenovic in Belgrade
October 1 –April 1
From Tuesday to Sunday working hours are: 11:00-16:00h.
April 1 – October 1
From Tuesday to Sunday working hours are: 10:00- 20:00h.
The museum is closed on Mondays.