National Museum of Serbia


The National Museum was founded on May 10, 1844 as Serbian Museum (Muzeum serbski) whose purpose was to collect antiquities in one place and to safeguard them for posterity. the rich exhibiting and publishing activity as well as the diverse programmes for the public with new technologies in a prominent place, confirmed that the National Museum is an important center of communication and source of knowledge, an open, dynamic and accessible museum.

Physical accessibility

Pet Friendly

Accessible content & tools

  • Audio guide in Museum of Vuk and Dositej (English and Serbian) in the National museum in progress (English and Serbian)
  • Sign language guide in Serbian in Museum of Vuk and Dositej
  • Braille guide in Serbian in Museum of Vuk and Dositej

Accessible and inclusive programs

Accessible and inclusive programs: We have a program for kids with autism, that was developed with professional support, defectologist.  Since it was very good perceived thanks to the suggestion of the professional support it was adapted to kids with hearing and vision impairment.

The workshops can be book on the email

The National museum have programs that are developed with the members of organizations that work with people and kids from socially disadvantaged groups. 

In Museum of Vuk and Dositej the permanent collection has several objects that are tactile and have labels on brille. Also, the guide on signed language on tablet and paper guide for the museum on Braille.

Additional information: For the building on the Republic Squire currently is being developed a guide in sign language. And the labels for the permanent exhibition on Braille as well as a guide are in preparation.