Tragically perhaps, this museum was started a little earlier than it should have been – in 1901. It’s purpose had always been to represent the kingdom of Serbia to the world, and as such, it’s collection had quickly become rich. Unfortunately, WWI destroyed a large number of the museum’s items.
Today, the museum contains about 200,000 items. It’s beautifully presented collections mostly focus on Serbian folk culture, which is utterly fascinating. The items cover costumes, jewelry, agricultural implement, cattle-breeding, hunting and fishery, pottery, textile, architecture, and religious and custom arts.
Ethnographic Museum Travel Tips
- Disabled accessible.
Entrance Ticket Details For Ethnographic Museum
- Free on Sunday.
- Serbian students RSD 60.
- RSD 100 for groups of 10+
- Free for under 6, the disabled, journalists.
How to Reach Ethnographic Museum
- tram 2
- trolley 22, 28, 29, 41
- bus 31
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26.59% of people who visit Belgrade include Ethnographic Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
75.28% of people start their Ethnographic Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Ethnographic Museum
93.08% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ethnographic Museum
Ethnographic Museum Reviews & Ratings
Disappointingly small and not focused enough on the migration of the Serbs, interaction with other Slavic / Balkan cultures. On the other hand, super inexpensive (~$4USD
A great collocation of national heritage and costumes of all regions! Recommended for Slavists especially!
Cute place , very attractive for the tourists.
This museum was recently renovated. We visited 2 weeks ago and loved it.
Beautiful.different periods of culture,life,.on english too.water,toilet,very important.