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.
The National museum in Belgrade is probably the most important museum in Serbia, with collections exhibited in a beautiful building in the center of the city. Unfortunately, its priceless collection of artifacts and works of art cannot be visited at the moment, since the museum is currently closed for the reconstruction works.
The Museum of Nikola Tesla in Belgrade is dedicated to one of the most important world scientists, a man who, according to some, invented the 20th century, mechanical and electrical engineer who thanks to his inventions changed the world and laid foundations for later scientific accomplishments.
The Army Museum or Military Museum is one of the main tourist attractions of Belgrade. The immense collection of weapons tells a sad story about all of the armed conflicts on these lands and the ferocities that came with them. Those who visit this museum will exit it with a deeper understanding of Serbia, Serbian history and the unbreakable spirit of the local population.
Just after your plane has landed on the Belgrade’s airport and you had towards the city, it is hard to miss the unique architectural solution of the Aviation museum building. Due to a turbulent history that troubled these lands, the collection of the museum is so rich, so much so that it can cause envy among similar institutions around the world.
The Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade is a museum dedicated to the way of life of Serbian people in Serbia as well as in other regional countries, before the industrial period. This means that visitors will have a chance to enjoy a unique collection of beautiful traditional costumes, models of typical houses, as well as numerous objects that tell interesting stories of how people lived once, how they performed certain tasks that we nowadays take for granted etc.