House Of Flowers Belgrade

House of Flowers resting place of Tito

Since President Tito died in 1980, House of Flowers (resting place) is the most visited place in Belgrade. Read more from Wikipedia!

Even today, after 40 years of Tito’s death, each year more than 10.000 tourists visit his grave.  Since 1982, more than 17,000,000 people have come to Kuća cveća or Kuća cvijeća.

The tomb was once surrounded by flowers until it was closed to the public after the breakup of Yugoslavia and now only white rocks remain where the flowers used to be. 

Only the tomb and the memorial museum are open to the public. They are among the most visited sites in Serbia and are particularly popular on May 25, Tito’s birthday.

A new permanent display focuses on the personal life of Tito and includes the former leader’s personal items, uniforms, souvenirs from his travels and gifts he received.

House of Flowers and Museum of Yugoslavia

Museum of Yugoslavia consists of three separate buildings. 

  • Museum of Yugoslav History with 200.000 items  presents a comprehensive picture of the country from WWII till the 1990. Website!
  • House of Flowers, which is the final resting place of Tito.
  • 25th of May museum.
  • Important museums in Belgrade

Entrance Fee – Adults 400 dinars, Students and pupils 200 dinars and children under the age of 10 free.

Working Hours –  from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 to 18.00. The Museum is closed on Mondays. Open map!

Every weekend at the Museum of Yugoslavia, within an additional program with a paid ticket, visitors can get a free guided tour of the complex from 11.00 a.m. in English, as well as from 12.00 noon in Serbian language. The tour begins at the gates of the Museum and continues through the Sculpture Park to the House of Flowers. This program is intended for the Museum visitors interested in the Museum history, for foreign tourists who wish to obtain basic information about the history of Yugoslavia, but also for all who want to share their reflections and memories of Yugoslavia.

Museum of Yugoslavia
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