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Museum of Yugoslav History

Katiceva 6, Belgrade 11000, Serbia
+381 11 3671485
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Katiceva 6, Belgrade 11000, Serbia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is now called Museum of Yugoslavia, which is still somewhat misleading, because almost the entire museum is dedicated to Maršal Tito. In addition to his grave, the museum features a section with his photos, the letters written to him by the people expressing...More

Thank Jessica Y
Reviewed 1 week ago

The most interesting features are the modernist building and the collection of 'The Storeroom Opens'. The complex in the park also includes Tito's mausoleum. A bit out of the city but still recommended to visit.

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are interested in the history of Tito then this is a must for you. The collection of birthday batons is impressive and the tombs are serene. The place however just struck us as underwhelming.

Thank Andrew E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

For us, the groovy 1960s building, a great example of mid-20th century modernism, is probably the most interesting part of the complex. This kind of streamlined architecture with its simple lines, open spaces and extensive use of glass and reinforced concrete is not everybody's cup...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Sharing the site of "The House of Flowers"- Tito's Mausoleum - is the small but impressive museum housing all the fascinating artifacts presented to President Tito during his lifetime. The third and largest participant of the museum hilltop is the vast Museum of Yugoslav History,...More

Thank eilonglen
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Great museum that has the interesting second purpose of serving as Tito's tomb. The museum tries very much to remain impartial in its interpretation of history and offers both sides of the story with regards to the Yugoslav state. The garden exhibit itself is beautiful,...More

Thank Richard L
Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

Kuca Cvece, House of Flowers or Museum of History of Yugoslavia. To be honest not too much to learn about this place in the middle of Europe which fall into pieces in bloody wars at the end of XX century. Definitely more like a mausoleum...More

Thank Anuuschka
Reviewed 12 January 2017

Unfortunately, this museum does not offer the view on the history of Yugoslavia. I am sorry to write that it is in a poor shape and that the the Museum's staff did not put a bit more effort to present the history of the country...More

Thank Goran M
Reviewed 23 December 2016

Informative, interesting, well designed, very enjoyable and easy to comprehend...easy to find and walk to.

Thank 233dim273
Reviewed 8 December 2016 via mobile

If you wanna visit Museum of Tito, this is a great place to visit. They have a lot of his personal items, gifts and some explanations on him. You can also see his mausoleum and learn a little about how glorified he was. You will...More

Thank slnko85
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