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About Visitor Center

In 2004, the National Bank of Serbia launched exhibition and educational activities aimed at raising public awareness of the role the central bank plays in the society.

The Visitor Centre of the National Bank of Serbia was formed as an educational and exhibition centre which features a standing museum exhibition, periodical exhibitions, and supporting educational and interactive activities. 

Today, the Centre offers wide-ranging contents for public viewing in two buildings of the National Bank of Serbia located in:

  • 12 Kralja Petra St.
  • 17 Nemanjina St.

Implementing the National Bank's policy of openness to the public, the Centre has become an important venue for extra-curricular learning, combining financial, cultural and historical education, of the young in particular.

On 18 May 2007, the International Museum Day, the Visitor Centre won the annual Project of the Year award of the National Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM). Explaining its decision, the Committee stated:

"The Visitor Centre with its activities is a unique museum project in our country, setting an example to be followed by other important state institutions. For this reason, the Committee has decided to present it with the Project of the Year award."

ICOMON Annual Meeting 2014 Held at the NBS

www.icomonconference.nbs.rs | www.nbs.rs | www.icomon.org

Visitor Centre of the National Bank of Serbia as a Place of Social Harmony
Vesna Kovač and Sandra Jakonić
(Romanian Journal of Museums, 2010)

Basic information:

  • The exhibitions are open to visitors on working days from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. which is the same time that educational activities take place.
  • Groups and schools are requested to book their visits in advance. The exhibition presentations and lectures are tailored to the age, profile and special requirements of the visitors.
  • Guided tours are organized in Serbian, English and French.
  • Entrance and guided tours are free of charge!
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