We visited this place in order to learn more about the history of the unified Yugoslavia and how it got divided now. The sequence of events is presented in a very organized and clear way and one can see all the gifts that Marshall Tito had received for different heads of state. One note to visitors, it is closed on... 更多
It's a little outside the centre- we took a 41 bus from the assembly hall and got off right at the museum (15mins!). Entry included the museum, mausoleum and entry to the storeroom (a massive collection of items gifted to Tito from all over the world!). It was amazing to see what an influence Tito had both to his country... 更多
The place, that calls itself a museum, is actually just an hagiography of Tito. No analysis is made, just pictures of Tito. The cult of personality till the end. It's a place to see if you're interested in the history of balkans, but don't stay there too much, there's nothing interesting apart from the grave!
If you are in Belgrade this place is absolutely worth a visit if you have any interest in the history and politics of 20th century Europe, and the Balkans in particular. While the museum itself is quite dull, the House of Flowers and Tito's Mausoleum is quite the experience. There is a good and well-signposted permanent exhibition about Tito and... 更多
I had looked forward to seeing Tito's mausoleum as in the previous year I had visited his birthplace and seen the house where he grew up. I visited the House of Flowers, Tito's mausoleum, on a city tour with a local guide - an excursion from a river cruise (Scenic). The House of Flowers was located around the back of... 更多
A visit to Tito's mausoleum is obligatory.It is great to visit the tomb of such a great and well known leader in the whole world and his wife. You can also get to see thousands of batons presented to him by young 'Pioneers', plus gifts from various political leaders in that time. Photos of the funeral are displayed all over... 更多
Visiting the Tito Mausoleum must rate as one of the should see experiences, while touring the Serbian capital city. The mausoleum is devoted to one of the 20th century leading political personalities and the leader who moulded modern Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito. The mausoleum complex consists of the burial site, an exhibition on Tito's life and work, a museum of... 更多
Tito was buried here in 1980, and his wife joined him in 2013. The mausoleum pays homage to Tito, as you might suspect, and makes for an interesting visit.
This is a very popular venue which is on an incline, so not suitable for the more non ambulant people. It is a place to visit to learn some modern history. The mausoleum is well maintained and very popular.