Narodni muzej Kragujevac

Vuka Karadžića 1, Kragujevac

National Museum Kragujevac – the most critical information

The beginnings of museum work in Kragujevac were in the 19th century, and today's National Museum was founded in 1949 and it was official opened in 1951. The museum is one of the symbols of cultural heritage for the study, collection and protection of cultural goods in the territory of Kragujevac. Today it is one of the main tourist attractions in the city.

History of the National museum Kragujevac 
The area where the museum is located is one of the most important for Serbia from the 19th century. When Prince Milos declared Kragujevac the capital in 1839, he moved his family and the administration of the Principality of Serbia there. For that reason, the museum is a segment of a great past that took place for a brighter future. All activities of the museum are performed in the facilities Amidzin konak, Art Gallery, Ljubica Filipovic House, Modern Gallery. In 1976, the museum handed over all documents and items related to the shooting that took place in 1941 to the museum "October 21".

What to see
The museum includes more than a thousand works of art and over one hundred thousand materials of historical significance. There are also about thirty thousand cases for which there are no unique records. The museum also consists of an archeological, historical and ethnological department. The guide service is a separately formed part.

Working hours and ticket prices
The museum complex can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm. Ticket prices vary by type:
  • Individual: 100 dinars
  • Group:  90 dinars
  • Pupils and students: 100 dinars
How to get to the National Museum Kragujevac?
The museum is located near the city center, so it can be reached by foot in about fifteen minutes. If you still prefer a faster way, there are bus lines that will take you to your destination:
  • Bus lines: 15, 16


Type of Attractions
  • Brige
  • Museum


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