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


Workshop “Speak Latin So That the Whole World Can Understand You” Held

Workshop “Speak Latin So That the Whole World Can Understand You” Held

The topic of the workshop, which was attended by students from two Gymnasiums – from Vrnjačka Banja and Kraljevo with Latin teachers Slađana Opačić and Sanja Bižić, was women in Roman poetry, which is represented in it through different images and roles. For poets, she has always been a primordial inspiration, the one that was the common source of their love and suffering. The workshop was moderated by art historian Jelena Marković.

Lecture by Ilija Danković “Aurelia from Viminacium: From Puella to Matron” Held

Lecture by Ilija Danković “Aurelia from Viminacium: From Puella to Matron” Held

In his presentation, Ilija Danković, PhD, presented the entire life path of a particular woman, whose grave was found in Viminacium, and whose name was Aurelia Teodota. This story is partly fictitious and partly based on archaeological records, but in any case, it is very plausible, when it comes to this particular person and the reconstruction of her entire life as an exemplary matron of Roman society.

Workshop “Fashionable Hairstyles of the Roman Era” Held

Workshop “Fashionable Hairstyles of the Roman Era” Held

Workshop within the exhibition “Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Woman on the Balkans in Antiquity” of the National Museum of Serbia, was held in the Gallery of the National Museum of Kraljevo, on Thursday, March 14th, 2024, starting at 6 p.m. The main idea of the workshop was to reconstruct two hairstyles from Roman times on models – our fellow citizens, and to familiarize the audience with the way these hairstyles were made and their final appearance.


130 Years Since the Birth of Vasa Pomorišac

130 Years Since the Birth of Vasa Pomorišac

On this day, December 15th, 1893, Vasa Pomorišac was born, painter, professor, critic, illustrator and the first Serbian trained stained glass artist. This artist-craftsman was attached to the Byzantine and Serbian past, whose spiritual reflections he drowned in his works, guided by the idea of art as a phenomenon inseparable from society and tradition.

40 Years Since the Death of Mihailo S. Petrov

40 Years Since the Death of Mihailo S. Petrov

On this day, November 15th, 1983, Mihailo Petrov, a Serbian graphic artist, painter, illustrator, poet and critic, died. The artist, who left behind a rich painting oeuvre, but also with many years of commitment earned graphics a place of equal artistic discipline as the first professor in this field.

Social Turmoil in Konarevo in 1824

Social Turmoil in Konarevo in 1824

The final break with the Ottoman feudal society and the liberation of Serbia began with the First and Second Serbian Uprisings. After 1815, Miloš Obrenović continued his independence through diplomatic activities, and at the beginning he managed to collect and pay imperial taxes instead of the Turks, and then, in the name of the people, to lease the imperial spahilukas. In the next step, he becomes an intermediary between the raja of the Serbs and their spahis. Miloš’s mediation between the raja and spahi is evidenced by a letter to Ismail spahi, in which he complains to the people from Konarevo in September 1824 that they do not respect him in the manner and order that was valid until recently.


Natural History Collection

Archaeological Collection

Numismatic Collection

Historical Collection

Ethnological Collection

Art Collection


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