Adults 150 RSD
Groups of more than ten paying adult visitors, per person DISCOUNT PRICE 100 RSD
Students of universities in Serbia (student ID to be shown) DISCOUNT PRICE 60 RSD
Primary and secondary school students (for individual and group visits) DISCOUNT PRICE 60 RSD
Guided tours for a group of ten or more visitors, per person FULL PRICE 250 RSD
Guided tours for individuals or groups of less than ten visitors FULL PRICE 2,500 RSD
Special programmes for children FULL PRICE 100 RSD
Taking photographs of exhibitions and exhibited items FULL PRICE 250 RSD
Free admition on Sunday for individuals.
Members of the Museum Association of Serbia
Members the Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia (ULUPUDS) and the Association of Fine Artists (ULUS) (member ID to be shown)
Students of ethnology and anthropology (student ID to be shown)
Students of the Faculty of Applied Arts (student ID to be shown)
Students of art schools
Journalists (press ID to be shown)
Museum staff from other museums
Children under six years of age
People with disabilities and their companions
Schedule a group visit (10 and more visitors) by calling +381 62 806 6702
Schedule a guided tour by calling +381 62 806 6702 a few days in advance
Schedule your visit in advance. Please inform us if you will be late or you wish to cancel the visit. Before the tour, visitors may hang their coats and jackets on the coat stand at the museum entrance. Visitors are allowed to keep their personal items (such as documents, money, a mobile phone, etc.).
It is not allowed to bring food and drinks to the exhibition.
Teachers are responsible for the discipline and conduct of pupils.
The first and the third level of the Permanent Exhibition are accessible for persons in wheelchairs. The access ramp is located at the museum entrance.
Support the Ethnographic Museum through donations, sponsorship or membership in the Associates of the Ethnographic Museum. Support of the public, individuals, companies and organizations, helps us enlarge and restructure the museum, organize exhibitions, improve conservation, and develop educational programmes.
Manak’s House was built about 1830 in Savamalska Street, by an old road that connected Varoš-Kapija (City Gate) and the old Belgrade urban neighbourhood of Savamala. One of its owners was Manak Mihailović, a Tzintzar (Aromanian) immigrant from Macedonia. The house was named after him and it has retained the name until the present day.