City Museum of Novi Sad is a museum of complex type dedicated to collecting, preservation, presentation and interpretation of multilayer and multinational cultural heritage of the area of Novi Sad and the areas that gravitate to it.
Respecting the principles modern museological practice and following modern scientific tendencies, experts of the City Museum of Novi Sad have been creating safe conditions for protection of cultural artefacts, whose presentation, as a kind of media, enable an objective interpretation of the facts.
Reflecting the principles of modern museum practice and following modern tendencies of scientific experts of the Museum of the City of Novi Sad creating safe conditions of cultural artifacts, whose presentation , as a kind of media, enable an objective interpretation of the facts .
Due to pandemic prevention measures, City museum of Novi Sad will be open 9am-2pm during the weekend (27-28 Feb).
Homeland Gallery Sremski Karlovci 9am-2pm on Saturday.
Foreign Arts collection 9am-2pm Saturday-Sunday.
in cooperation with the Czech embassy in Serbia, organization Češka beseda Novi Sad and collector mr Borislav Šoša we bring you these unique items as a part of the Czech glass exhibit.
Grand opening scheduled for Friday, October 9th, 2020 in our Foreign Arts Collection building, the exhibit closes on November 15th.
The Serbian/French tradition of nurturing culture is more than a century long. Friendly relations between the two countries reflects throught the prism of art and creation of numerous artists between Belgrade and Paris.
CIty Museum of Novi Sad proudly presents the lives and works of famous Serbian painters from the Seine riverbanks, including Vladimir Veličković, Petar Omčikus, Miloš Šobajić, Ljuba Popović, Bata Mihailović and Petar Lubarda.
The exibit opens on Wednesday, Oct. 7th, 2020.
ETERNAL ROME IN OUR CITY!
We invite you to see 33 unique masterpieces of antique art.
The "Roma Aeterna" exhibit will be shown in our Foreign Arts Collection, July 1st - September 11th 2020.
Foreign Arts Collection will be closed until 17th of March 2020. for exhibit setup.
Our Underground Military Galleries will be closed for public due to congoing construction work.