According to the classification of museum objects, the National Museum in Kraljevo belongs to museums of complex type and contains 6 collections: for natural history, archeology, numismatics, ethnology, history and art around which departments of the same name were formed, as well as departments for conservation, documentation, pedagogical and propaganda work and professional library. According to the territorial classification, the regional museum is responsible for three municipalities: Kraljevo, Raška and Vrnjačka Banja.
The permanent exhibition includes the complete first floor of the museum building with four halls and corridors along both wings of the building. The Permanent Exhibition of the National Museum Kraljevo, which provides an insight into the past and heritage of Kraljevo, Raška, Vrnjačka Banja and their surroundings, seen through archeology, history, numismatics, ethnology and art, was opened to the public for the first time May 16, 2008.
Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo
Exhibition is a joint project of the City Museum Subotica and the Museum of Science and Technology in Belgrade, which is realized with the support of the National Museum Kraljevo. The exhibition is about the popularity and golden age of gramophone records in Yugoslavia, an era that lasted several decades. The importance of one of the most important home appliances of the 20th century – His Majesty the Gramophone – has not been neglected.
The most important and oldest exhibition of children's art in our city is being organized for the 47th time in a row, as a result of a successfully realized competition. The goal of organizing the Children's May Art Salon is to publicly present the most successful works created in school classes, emphasize the importance of art education, evaluate the work of individual art pedagogues and recognize the creative potential of students. The theme of this year's Salon is “Motif from the Ibar”, according to the title of the painting by Miodrag B. Protić, whose centenary we are celebrating on May 10th.
The exhibition by Viktorija Šimon Vuletić, museum advisor of the City Museum Subotica, was officially opened in the Gallery of the National Museum Kraljevo, on Thursday, April 28th, 2022, starting at 6 p.m, and the audience will be able to view it until June 20th, 2022.
Easter, a holiday of holidays, is the foundation of the Christian faith. The Serbian people associate a rich tradition of celebration with it, in the center of which is the coloring and painting of eggs, with which the family knocks and give to guests and relatives, and to which they are connected through other customs. Before the appearance of aniline dyes, many plants rich in pigments were used for coloring eggs, while painting eggs, especially in the batik technique with wax, is a special skill. In some parts, special ritual breads are prepared for Easter, on which eggs are placed.
The first war that the Principality of Serbia waged against the Ottoman Empire was instigated by the Herzegovinian Uprising, and began after the proclamation of war on June 30th, 1876, under Prince Milan M. Obrenović IV. It cost Serbia dearly in terms of human losses and suffering of the occupied parts of the country, but it brought significant moral gain. The common interests of the Serbian people in the Principality and Bosnia were brought before the Court of Europe and enviable national solidarity was shown. The Serbian army and diplomacy were beginning to gain the experience needed for new great efforts.