On this page visitors may find the full list of all of the museums and art galleries in Belgrade, Serbia. We selected the most important museums and galleries, in order to offer to our visitors a unique experience during their stay in Belgrade and a chance to select museums they might be interest in visiting in as little time as possible.
Roman well is one of the jewels of the Belgrade’s fortress and certainly a place of great interest to tourists. Most of its mysteries have not been resolved even today, which is why this well attracts so many tourists each year. To some it may only look as an ordinary well, but after they have read its history and all of the stories that are associated to it, we are sure they will change their minds.
Residence of Princess Ljubica in Belgrade is a unique museum that tells numerous stories about the architecture in the nineteenth century in Serbia, stories about the ruling Serbian dynasty Obrenovic, as well as the stories about the development of Serbian society. In this museum visitors will be able to see original objects that belonged to the Obrenovic dynasty, beautiful furniture as well as numerous works of art from this specific period.
In the lower part of Belgrade’s Fortress near the docks of Danube there is the famous Tower Nebojsa. This monument from the middle ages that defied conquerors for centuries, is nowadays transformed into a cultural monument and a museum. This tower was once a part of the walls of the fortress and was one of the most important constructions of the defensive strategy of the city.
Botanical Garden Jevremovac located in the center of Belgrade, hidden between busy city streets, it represents an oasis of peace and vegetation. In this garden, visitors will be able to see plants atypical for this region, some of which are real natural rarities.
The Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade is dedicated to the country that no longer exists-Yugoslavia. There are many that proudly remember it and just a few who would like to erase it from their memories. However, with a historical distance, it seems that this country was prosperous and united due to the charisma of its leader- Josip Broz Tito.