The Gallery of Matica Srpska

The Gallery of Matica Srpska


The Gallery was founded in 1847 in Pest (today’s Budapest, Hungary) under the auspices of Matica Srpska, the oldest Serbian literary, cultural and scientific institution. The Gallery grew into a unique national museum establishment, a treasury of national art that was created and developed in a wider geographical area where Serbian citizens lived from the late 16th century to the present.

Physical accessibility

Accessible entrance
Stair Lift

Accessible content & tools

Braille Guide

Accessible and inclusive programs

Program “Art and Inclusion” aims to include persons with intellectual disabilities in different art and exhibition workshops of the Gallery. Participants with or without intellectual disabilities have a chance to learn and discuss the artworks of the Gallery’s permanent collection and to, in cooperation with professional artists and museum educators, creatively think about their contemporary and historical, cultural and social aspect.

Program “Museum for All” was implemented in cooperation with three museums. As a result of the project an application accessible for people with hearing disabilities was developed. The app is available on museum tablets.

Program “Uroš Predić for All” is dedicated to the famous Serbian artist of the 19th century – Uroš Predić. This exhibition is accessible to persons with visual impairment, hearing difficulties and intellectual disabilities, and contains: 3D models, reliefs, video sign language and Braille descriptions.

Please contact the Museum before the visit or check out the web site in order to get the most updated information about the offers.