The promotion of the “MUSEUMS 4 YOU” combined ticket “One Ticket, Four Museums” held at the International Tourism Fair

26 / 02 / 2024

The combined ticket “MUSEUMS 4 YOU” for four museums in Belgrade was created within the framework of the Pilot project “Increasing the visibility and accessibility of museums in the area of digital space”, which was implemented by the Group for Innovations in Public Policies of the Public Policy Secretariat, the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Tourism and Youth, Belgrade Tourist Organization and 4 museums, and with the support of GIZ and Design Thinkers Academy.

The Deputy Director of the Public Policy Secretariat, Sanja Mešanović who participated in the promotional event for the combined ticket “MUSEUMS 4 YOU” organized by Belgrade Tourist Organization, expressed appreciation for the support provided by partners in the project implementation, colleagues from other state administration bodies, and German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) in particular. A combined ticket for 4 museums in Belgrade allows entry to the Museum of Yugoslavia, the Museum of Science and Technology, the Ethnographic Museum and the Museum of Natural History.

The ticket remains valid for 7 days from the planned date of the visit. The visitors will discover why the Museum of Yugoslavia is the most visited cultural institution in Belgrade, which preserves and presents the rich cultural and historical heritage of the former Yugoslavia, from its creation as the Kingdom of Yugoslavia to its dissolution in the early nineties of the twentieth century, including the House of Flowers, the resting place of Josip Broz Tito, as well as an exhibition area dedicated to the period of Yugoslavia.

Immerse yourself in the wealth of traditional culture waiting to be explored in the Ethnographic Museum, one of the oldest museums in the Balkans with more than 120 years of existence, which preserves an impressive collection of about 120,000 museum pieces, of which more than 50,000 are ethnographic objects. Welcome to the Museum of Science and Technology in Belgrade, where the permanent exhibition titled “Man and Technology” demonstrates how machines, engines and technological innovations have shaped our lives. In the “Toy Gallery”, you will see over 150 toys from 1920-ies to 1970-ies, creating a fascinating blend of technology, creativity and education! Visit the Natural History Museum Gallery in Belgrade and discover the fascinating wealth of nature. The Natural History Museum treasures the largest and most important natural history collection in Serbia including biological and geological collections with more than 2 million valuable exhibits, as well as fossils dating back to the age of Solar System formation.