- Adults 400 din
- Students and pupils 200 din
- Children under the age of 10 free
Children under the age of 10, persons with disabilities, members of ICOM and the Museum Society of Serbia, members of Docomomo, journalists, students and professors of history of art, ethnology, archeology, history and art academies, employees in related established cultures. In group visits, every 15th visitor, unless another type of discount is already approved.
* The discount is granted with an appropriate legitimacy.
The entry is free every first Thursday of the month from 16.00 until 18.00 as well as May 4 and 25.
Wednesday – Sunday 10.00-18.00
Museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
The days when the Museum is closed for visits are: January 1, January 7, and during Orthodox Easter (April 22 and 24).
Museum of Yugoslavia organizes guided tours through the permanent exhibition in Serbian sign language for the deaf and hearing-impaired visitors. Guided tours are scheduled via email.
Wheelchair users are granted access to the May 25 Museum in the Museum of Yugoslavia complex.
Department of Communication and Program Development of the Museum of Yugoslavia organizes on request programs for people with disabilities
Regular guided tours at the Museum of Yugoslavia are organized every Saturday from 11.00 in English, as well as from 12.00 in Serbian language. In the Museum of Yugoslavia, it is possible to schedule guidances in a desired time, with a focus on a variety of topics.More about the guided tours
Map of the museum
- May 25 Museum
- Old museum
- House of Flowers
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, Tito was buried in the House of Flowers, which is a part of the Museum of Yugoslavia complex.
No, the May 25 Museum is located in the complex of the Museum of Yugoslavia, together with the House of Flowers and the Old Museum.