Muzej Vojvodine (Museum of Vojvodina), Novi Sad

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Muzej Vojvodine nosilac je tradicija čiji počeci su vezani za Maticu srpsku. U „Letopisu Matice srpske“, daleke 1825. godine, rodila se ideja o potrebi osnivanja muzejske zbirke. Ideja je pretočena u stvarnost 26. oktobra 1847. godine, kada je doneta odluka o osnivanju Srpske narodne zbirke ili Muzeuma „gde će se čuvati sve starine i znamenitosti“. Želja osnivača bila je da Muzeum postane „ogledalo života našega naroda u krajevima u kojima on živi“.

Muzej Vojvodine je organizaciono razgranata ustanova, sa bogatim muzejskim fondom koji broji oko 400.000 predmeta i bibliotečkim fondom sa preko 50.000 publikacija. Redovna muzejska publikacija Rad Muzeja Vojvodine, koja izlazi od 1952. godine, nosila je naziv Rad vojvođanskih muzeja do 1994. godine.

U uspostavljanju razgranate muzejske mreže stvoreni su depadansi – Etno-kuća “Brvnara” u Bačkom Jarku i Muzejski kompleks u Kulpinu, koji se u sastavu Muzeja nalazi od 2004. godine.

Muzej Vojvodine pred javnost izlazi sa kompleksno izrađenom stalnom postavkom koja, u kontinuitetu od osam hiljada godina, prezentuje razvitak ljudskog društva na današnjem tlu Vojvodine. Na prostoru od 3.000 m2 predstavljeno je 6.000 reprezentativnih eksponata iz arheologije, opšte istorije, istorije umetnosti i etnologije. Stalna postavka pruža sintetičku sliku milenijumske prošlosti ovog kraja. Izloženi predmeti svedoče o trajanju ljudskih zajednica i kultura od paleolita i mezolita do prvih ljudskih tragova kod Iriga starih oko 70.000 godina, preko starčevačke, vinčanske i drugih neolitskih kultura, višeslojne Gomolave, Feudvara i Kalakače, do mitskih vremena stare Grčke i velelepnih spomenika imperijalnog Rima, od seoba naroda do smena etničkih zajednica – slovenskih, ugarskih, srpskih i drugih naroda. Prvi deo stalne postavke prati obimna monografija Muzej Vojvodine. Drugi deo stalne postavke, koji govori o prošlosti Vojvodine od sredine XIX veka do sredine XX, nalazi se u zgradi bivšeg Istorijskog muzeja.

Tri rimska paradna šlema predstavljaju jedinstvene primerke svoje vrste na području Evrope i decenijama se izdvajaju kao neformalni zaštitni znak Muzeja.

Cene ulaznica:

za đake i studente: 100 dinara

za odrasle: 150 dinara

porodična ulaznica: 200 dinara

za strane turiste vođenje na engleskom jeziku: 200 dinara

Besplatan ulaz imaju:

- deca mlađa od 7 godina

- članovi Muzejskog društva Srbije (MDS)

- članovi ICOM-a

- osobe sa posebnim potrebama

The Museum of Vojvodina opened its extensive permanent exhibition to the public, presenting the constant development of eight thousand years of human society on the present territory of Vojvodina. 6,000 representative exhibits from archaeology (from the Palaeolithic period up to the antique), general history and art history (from the XV century until the second half of the XX century) and ethnology are all presented in the area of 3,000 square meters. The permanent exhibition offers a comprehensive picture of this area’s millennial past. The exhibited pieces demonstrate the duration of human communities and cultures from the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods up to the first traces of humans near Irig which date back around 70,000 years ago. They also show Strarčevo, Vinča and other Neolithic cultures and cultures from Feudvar site, Kalača site and various layers of Gomolava site. Some items also date from the mythical periods of ancient Greece while some are representative of the beautiful monuments of the Roman Empire. The exhibit also includes cultural artefacts dating from the migrations of nations and replacements of ethnic communities – the Slavs, Hungarians, Serbians, and other nations. The second half of the permanent exhibition, which illustrates Vojvodina’s past from mid XIX century until mid XX century, is housed at the Historical Museum.

Numerous pieces could be pointed out as rare and representative, but for decades two pieces have been singled out as the Museum’s trademark: two Roman parade helmets from Berkasovo, which are unique examples of their kind throughout Europe.

Annexes were created in order to establish diversified museum network – the exhibition of period furniture at Dunđerski castle in Čelarevo, ethno-house “Brvnara” (“Log Cabin”) in Bački Jarak, and Press Museum in Novi Sad, located in the house where the first issue of Slobodna Vojvodina, antecendent of Dnevnik newspaper, was printed in 1942. Since 2004, the Museum also includes Agricultural Collection in Kulpin. Numerous permanent exhibitions have also been displayed – pedagogical exhibition at School J. J. Zmaj, Novi Sad, memorial exhibition of Jovan Rajić (1726-1801), a historian and writer at Kovilj monastery, the one dedicated to the world known scientist Mihajlo Pupin (1850-1935) in Idvor, the Homeland Museum in Čerević, museum exhibitions in Ruski Krstur and Hrtkovci, the home of Miloš Crnjanski (1893-1977) and library in Csongrad (Hungary), the home of Dositej Obradović (1740-1811) in Čakovo (Romania), the home of Sava Tekelija in Arad (Romania), and the Museum of the Batina Battle.

The Museum of Vojvodina performs operations of its basic activity for all institutions of movable culture property protection, museums, galleries, and collections in Vojvodina territory, i.e. the supervision of their professional activity.

Single ticket: 100 dinars

Family tickets: 200 dinars

Tickets for foreign tourists – English: 200 dinars

Free entrance for:

- children under 7 years old

- members of the the Serbian Museum Society

- members of the ICOM

- people with disabilities
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  • June 15, 2017
    A very interesting Museum on the history of Vojvodina region and the East in general. This museum sweeps all eras with great parts of the daily life of the time. Visited a school night the Museum was literally empty audience. Too bad however the explanations in English are on loose sheets available rather than alongside those in the local language.
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  • June 3, 2017
    The Museum of Vojvodina is the definition of culture and tradition: a cultural institution with long museological tradition, the biggest general museum in Serbia, housing a collection of over 400.000 ...  more »
  • May 27, 2017
    each year during the night of the museums they have something very interesting to show.But also the exibition that is every day there is interesting to see.  more »
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  • It's nice, but if compared with other European museums it seems basic.
  • Kao svaki muzej, proslost sadasnjost i buducnost.
  • Great place
  • Nice place
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