As you would anticipate from the country’s biggest city and capital, Belgrade is home to the best assortment of exhibition halls in Serbia. Covering everything from science to fighting and the rest, all that you’ve needed at any point ever to think about Serbia is holding back to be found in these places of culture.
Museum of Yugoslavia
Belgrade’s most famous gallery is the Museum of Yugoslavia, situated in the well-off suburb of Dedinje right external the downtown area. Extended across three structures, the account of Yugoslavia is told with equivalent measures of regard, love, and authenticity. Josip Broz Tito is covered in the House of Flowers, in a tomb that likewise houses a considerable lot of the rod that advanced into his hands toward the finish of the Relay of Youth. There are a lot of intriguing shows as well, making a visit to the Museum of Yugoslavia a fundamental piece of any Belgrade trip.
Nikola Tesla Museum
Serbia’s most significant child of the advanced age, Nikola Tesla is the man generally credited with ‘imagining the twentieth century.‘ This is regarding the fantastic developments that were conceived out of the mustachioed man’s psyche, and his life is respected in this well-known gallery. Tesla’s interesting story is told through video and curios from his life, and it is here that the incredible man’s remains are found.
Museum of Aviation
You need to go that full distance to Nikola Tesla Airport to look at it, however, the outing to Surčin is certainly worth the work. Opened in 1957, the Museum of Aviation takes the prize for Belgrade’s most intriguing historical center structure by a wide margin, and what lies inside is similarly entrancing. The gallery moved to this cutting-edge area in 1989, and concealed inside are many Serbian Air Force planes and that’s just the beginning. The gem in its crown is apparently the two NATO airplanes shot down during the hostility in 1999.
Historical Museum of Serbia
Serbia’s set of experiences is long, turbulent, and complex, and the Historical Museum of the country gives a valiant effort to tidy up a portion of the worryingly cloudy waters. It succeeds (overall quite well) as well, and has gained notoriety for being one of Belgrade’s most good museums. It is situated inverse Nikola Pašić Square, and everything from the middle age realm to the Yugoslav years can be investigated.
National Bank of Serbia
The old National Bank building is adequately noteworthy, an eminent piece of design in the focal point of the town, with an outside outperformed exclusively by the lavish inside. The National Bank Museum is situated on the highest level, where the good and bad times of everything financial in Serbia are investigated. You can even get your face imprinted onto a reproduction 5 billion dinar note, albeit the note is worth as much now as it was back in 1993.
Museum of Science and Technology
Situated in lower Dorćol, the Museum of Science and Technology is a captivating visit whether you are keen on the matter. Spread over a few stories, the museum is brimming with intelligent shows that conveniently accompany English text to clarify the better focuses. The room of figments is colossally interesting, albeit best to keep away from in the event that you have a feeble stomach. A fine diversion for all the family.
Belgrade’s Military Museum is situated in Kalemegdan, despite the fact that you’ll probably battle to discover it. For reference, it is the one with every one of the tanks outside. Set up back in 1878, the museum is home to in excess of 3000 ancient rarities covering savagery from the Roman occasions to the present day, incorporating an inside and out take a gander at the NATO bombing of 1999.
National Museum of Serbia
We’re somewhat hesitant to put this one on the rundown, however, the re-opening of the National Museum’s fundamental structure following 10 years and a half is too huge a thing to overlook. The Republic Square museum has been shut for some time before Serbia and Montenegro chose to head out in a different direction, and information on its opening has been met with a balance of energy and skepticism. The museum is home to in excess of 30 assortments, which will, at last, be accessible to the public this late spring.
Perhaps the oldest museum in the whole district, Belgrade’s Ethnographic Museum is one more housed in a noteworthy structure that is similarly pretty much as fascinating as the curios inside. The museum went through various areas prior to getting comfortable its present spot in 1951, and its assortment of super durable and brief shows enumerating the existences of Serbs throughout the hundreds of years is certainly worth a look.
It very well may be the hardest museum in Belgrade to discover, yet the city’s Roma Museum is certainly worth the work. The main museum devoted to Roma culture in the capital, Serbia’s periphery local area at last gets the regard it merits in this little loft space. The Roma are as yet abused all around the mainland, and their very long-term story should be perceived altogether for any cultural advancement to be made.