Museum of Krajina

For almost 90 years, the Museum of Krajina has preserved evidence of the rich history and traditions of the Negotinska Krajina. One of the first complex museums south of Belgrade faithfully portrays the complex historical events and personalities of this region - from the hero of the First Serbian Uprising Hajduk Veljko to the most important local composer Stevan Mokranjac.

Under the auspices of the Museum are centuries-old spiritual and secular buildings as well as ancient sites that give a special historical value to the Negotin Region. The objects themselves – the central building of the Krajina Museum, the birthplace of Stevan St. Mokranjac, and the Hajduk Veljko Museum are located in the immediate vicinity of the center of Negotin, easy to see them all at once, and are open to visitors every day of the week.


Archaeological Hall, Museum House of Stevan Mokranjac, and Hajduk Veljko Petrović, and Šarkamen – archaeological site near the river Vrelo


Permanent exhibitions, Guided tours on request