About us

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.

Permanent Exhibition

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.


Working hours

tuesday-friday 08:00-20:00
saturday-sunday 09:00-13:00


50 RSD for children
100 RSD for adults


Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo

Between Abroad and the Kingdom of Serbia

Between Abroad and the Kingdom of Serbia

With the return of King Milan to Serbia on January 21st, 1894, internal political relations were settled. Conspiracy related to Kraljevo industrialist Mihailo Čebinac, as well as the coup d’état of the young Alexander Obrenović on May 21st, which abolished the Constitution of 1888 and restored the one of 1869, are part of this instability. The famous military doctor, politician, and diplomat Vladan Đorđević became the Prime Minister, and the former King Milan became the commander of the active army. The former king’s activities laid the foundation for the glorious Serbian victories in the Balkan Wars and the First World War.

Armistice Day in the First World War

Armistice Day in the First World War

On this day, November 11th, 1918, the armistice between the Allies and the German Empress was signed in the railway carriage of French Marshal Ferdinand Foch in the city of Compiègne. The capitulation of the German Empire ended the First World War, or the Great War, which brought, until then, unprecedented destruction and human sacrifice. This important day in Serbia is celebrated as a national holiday. Our city, Kraljevo, was under occupation by enemy troops from November 1915 until October 22nd, 1918, when the Serbian army entered at around 07:00 p.m., after crossing the Ibar.

Exhibition by Vesna Vesić “Looking in the Rearview Mirror in the Snow Tunnel” Opened

Exhibition by Vesna Vesić “Looking in the Rearview Mirror in the Snow Tunnel” Opened

The exhibition of the artist Vesna Vesić was opened at the Gallery of the National Museum Kraljevo, on Wednesday, November 9th, 2022, starting at 7 p.m., and represents a kind of retrospective view of her previous artistic work. The exhibition was opened by Suzana Novčić, museum advisor of the Kraljevo National Museum, who spoke about the work of Vesna Vesić, after which the artist addressed the audience.


Natural History Collection

Archaeological Collection

Numismatic Collection

Historical Collection

Ethnological Collection

Art Collection


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