Located in the beautiful Novi Sad, the Museum of Vojvodina is the definition of culture and tradition: a cultural institution with long museological tradition, one of the biggest general museums in Serbia and housing a collection of over 400.000 objects and a library of over 50.000 volumes. What makes it so special is its complexity: it features archaeology, history, art history and ethnology giving you an impressive insight with collections of the Vojvodinian cultural heritage. The museum deserves this title, priding itself on the upcoming 170th birthday this year.

An elaborated permanent exhibition gives you the opportunity to travel back in time and experience thousands of years of history. Six thousand different objects tell a story about the life on the territory of present day Vojvodina. It begins with the artifacts from the Paleolithic and Mesolithic period, through impressive works of art from the Neolithic period, multilayered sites such as the famous site of Gomolava, towards the mythic Greek times and monuments of the Ancient Rome. The second part of the permanent exhibition presents the past of Vojvodina from the middle of the 19th to the middle of the 20th century and it is situated in the building of the former Historical Museum.

Three luxurious Roman helmets, gilt and decorated, are one of the most beloved attractions, dating back to the 4th century A.D. These unique objects tell an exclusive story about the power of the Roman Empire and its impressive army.