Collection of the Museum of Yugoslavia was created by inheriting the funds of the Memorial Center “Josip Broz Tito” and the Museum of the Revolution of Nations and Nationalities of Yugoslavia, as well as by two decades of work on the extension of the Museum fund, that has resulted in numerous acquisitions. The fund of the Museum of the Revolution of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Minorities was given the task to investigate and present continuous “revolution in motion” – a decades-long struggle of the working class, wherein the whole of the Memorial Center is consisted of the collection of gifts that is heterogeneous in terms of donors and types of items, their time and place of origin, of materials and techniques, as well as of messages they primarily transferred and layered meanings opened by their further interpretation. Today, the Museum of Yugoslavia has over 75,000 items and its activity is directed to amend the period and phenomena that are not sufficiently represented in the collection.



Activities of supplementing the Museum of Yugoslavia fund are focused on the period of development of the Yugoslav idea, since the formation of the Yugoslav state, as a kingdom, until its breakup in the early 1990s.



Conservator of the Museum of Yugoslavia, with a number of associates, is engaged in different activities that support the mission of the Museum to exhibit and interpret its collection today, but also to preserve it for the future generations.