Museums and cinemas of Belgrade


Watching movies

If you would like to enjoy the film without spending a lot of money, visit the National Film Archive of the Republic of Serbia, known as the Yugoslav Cinema. This cult institution was founded in 1949 and has more than 100,000 film copies from around the world and therefore belongs to one of the most important and most complete cinemas in the world. In addition to showing films, the movie theater also has a museum dedicated to the prehistory and history of the movie that you can visit. The ticket price for the film does not exceed 200 dinars (about 1.5 euros).

Given that this is a kind of institution of culture in the cinema, no snacks are practiced like in big cinemas. Each month, a detailed film program is published, which mainly deals with a certain topic. For the repertoire and additional information, visit their site by clicking here. Keep in mind that the cinema has two objects (old and new), so if you are studying the repertoire, pay attention to the location on which the movie is shown. The good thing is that both are located in the city center and the distance between them is about 10 minutes walk.

Alternative: Other places where films are shown – Boho bar at the Kalemegdan Fortress while enjoying the drink, then Novi Bioskop Zvezda, Dom Omladine Beograda, Cultural Center Belgrade as well as Filmstreet organization that organizes watching open-air cult films at different city locations during the summer period..


Most of the important museums in Belgrade are located in the city center. If you are on a walk, and in the meantime you would like to visit an exhibition or a permanent setting, you can do it completely for free on certain days.

Free entry once a month is also enabled in the Museum of Yugoslav History, the most visited museum in Serbia, which has more than 100,000 visitors a year and has a variety of collections and testimonies about Yugoslavia. For a modest entrance of 200 dinars you can visit the Historical Museum of Serbia, located in the very center of the city on Nikola Pašić Square. The museum has been operating for more than half a century and has over 35,000 items in its collection that are of importance to the history of the Serbs.

Belgrade is the capital city, the capital, big and fast and as such it never rests. Something is constantly happening in it and it is created so that for everybody who has the opportunity to see, find out and learn something new. As always, you can ask us for all the tips and recommendations, and our expert team will help you to make the best choice.

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