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The Seat of the Museum (Arsenal)

Novi Sad from the 18th to the 20th century

The exhibition Novi Sad from the 18th to the 20th century, a permanent display of exhibition located on the first floor of the central building of the Museum, shows the civic life of Novi Sad from the mid-18th to the second half of the 20th century. At the display of exhibition is exposed a number of works of fine and applied art, donated and repurchased for the Department of Cultural History in recent decades. Visitors have the opportunity to see the rich collections of furniture, silver, porcelain, glass, carpets, icons, portraits, and other artefacts originating from Novi Sad families.

Exhibit: The Weapons and military equipment of the World War I

Regarding the 100th Anniversary of the begining of the World War I, the City Museum of Novi Sad has arranged an exhibition: The Weapons and military equipment of the World War I – from repositories of the City Museum of Novi Sad.
The History Department of the City Museum of Novi Sad holds and preserves a huge collection of firearms and cold weapons: artillery pieces, machine guns, rifles, automatic rifles, pistols, revolvers, sabers, swords and daggers, as well as different military provisions: helmets, medals, military maps, plans, documentation, tools and other military equipment from the periods before and during the War.

Underground military galleries

One of the biggest attractions of the Petrovaradin Fortress represent underground military galleries, built two and a half centuries ago to defend the Fortress from invaders’ penetration, using, for that time, modern and efficient system of defensive galleries. In the underground of the Fortress is hidden a real little town on four levels, with branchy maze of galleries and tunnels, where are extended battle lines, barricades, dormitories, traps, minefields and galleries with total length of 16 km. Visitors were allowed to see about 1 km of these galleries with oral, textual and visual explanations.

Great War Well

The well is placed in the Arsenal building and it represents a masterpiece of architecture and construction. It is an integral part of unique water supply system of the Fortress. As a component of the Underground military galleries, in a case of great siege, it was able to supply the entire Fortress with drinking water.
It was built during the second decade of 18th century, located in the eastern part of the Upper Fortress, abaft the courtine which connects bastions of St. Innocent and St. Joseph.
 

Notes

Address: Tvrđava 4, Petrovaradin 21131
Visiting hours: 9am – 5pm (except Monday)
Privileged admission: For the members of ICOM and MDS admission is free. Free admission for children without parental care, as well as children and adults with special needs.

Announcements for group visits:

Group visits to be announced a few days before the planned visit:
Phone: 021/6433-145, 021/6433613
fax 021/6433087
e-mail: vodici@museumns.rs

Availability of the exhibition spaces for persons with disabilities:

All the exhibition spaces on the ground floors of the buildings are available to be visited in wheelchairs via ramps that are posted at the entrances. For visiting permanent display of exhibitions in the main Museum building at the Petrovaradin fortress is available a guide for blind and partially sighted persons in Braille alphabet.

Foreign Art Collection

Permanent Display of Exhibition – Legacy of Dr Branko Ilić

On the first floor of the Foreign Art Collection (Dunavska 29) is set up permanent display of exhibition where are exposed numerous artefacts from the legacy of Dr Branko Ilić, doctor and collector from Novi Sad. Works of fine and applied art, originated from Europe and Asia between the 15th and the 20th century, are part of the most valuable foreign art collections on the territory of Vojvodina. Visitors have the opportunity to gain knowledge about the styles of the past and numerous art workshops.

The Gallery of Foreign Art Collections

The Gallery of Foreign Art Collections is located on the ground floor of the building. It presents to visitors throughout the year thematic and study exhibitions of the City Museum of Novi Sad, as well as guest exhibitions. In the lobby of the gallery are held film festivals, concerts, recitals, promotions and creative workshops. Within the Gallery space there is also a gift shop where you can buy the museum and commission In the gallery is a gift shop where you can buy the museum and commission issue and souvenirs.
 
 

Notes

Address: Dunavska 29, 21000 Novi Sad
Visiting hours: 10am – 6pm (except Monday, closed)
Visiting hours on Sundays: 12am – 8pm
Privileged admission: For the members of ICOM and MDS admission is free. Free admission for children without parental care, as well as children and adults with special needs.

Announcements for group visits:

Group visits to be announced a few days before the planned visit:
Phone: 021/451-239
fax 021/6433-087
e-mail: muzejgradanovogsada@gmail.com

Availability of the exhibition spaces for persons with disabilities:

The exhibition space in the ground floor of the building is available to be visited in wheelchairs.

Sremski Karlovci Homeland Collection

It is located in the Palace Ilion, former residence of the baronial family Rajačić. It is the collection of complex type, and possesses archaeological, historical, ethnological and art collection. These collections contain items that are important for the study of the rich past of Sremski Karlovci.
 

Notes

Address: Patrijarha Rajačića 16, 21 208 Sremski Karlovci
Visiting hours: 9am – 17pm (except Sunday)
Privileged admission: For the members of ICOM and MDS admission is free. Free admission for children without parental care, as well as children and adults with special needs.

Announcements for group visits:

Group visits to be announced a few days before the planned visit:
Phone: 021/881-637
fax 021/6433-087
e-mail: muzejsrkarlovci@gmail.com
muzejgradanovogsada@gmail.com

Availability of the exhibition spaces for persons with disabilities:

The exhibition space in not available to be visited in wheelchairs.

"Jovan Jovanović Zmaj" memorial Collection

"Jovan Jovanović Zmaj" Memorial Collection was opened during the lifetime of the poet, and today it is the part of the City Museum of Novi Sad. In three objects are presented artefacts related to life and work of the famous poet, history of Zmajeve dečije igre (Children's Games of Zmaj) and all the issues of the author's literary work. Visitors could have a walk and take rest in the yard of the Zmaj’s home. There is also a gift shop within the museum.
 

Notes

Address: J. J. Zmaja 1, 21 208 Sremska Kamenica
Visiting hours: 9am – 17pm (from Monday to Friday ); 9am-14pm (on Sunday)
Privileged admission: For the members of ICOM and MDS admission is free. Free admission for children without parental care, as well as children and adults with special needs.

Announcements for group visits:

Group visits to be announced a few days before the planned visit:
tel 021/462-810
e-mail: muzejgradanovogsada@gmail.com

Availability of the exhibition spaces for persons with disabilities:

The exhibition space in available to be visited in wheelchairs.