Museum of Ivo Andrić

Museum of Ivo Andrić was opened in 1976, in an apartment at Andrićev venac 8, where the writer and his wife Milica Babić had lived since 1958. The authentic arrangement and appearance of the entrance hall, salon and Andrić's study have been preserved. A permanent exhibition has been set up in the remaining adapted space, and chronologically depicts the life and work of the Nobel Prize winner. Original museum material from the Legacy of Ivo Andrić, photographs, documents, art and personal items, books and magazines, decorations are exhibited.

Ivo Andrić (Travnik, 1892 - Belgrade, 1975) is one of the most important writers from Yugoslavia. He was born in Travnik, grew up in Višegrad, attended schools in Sarajevo, Zagreb, Vienna, Krakow, and spent time in Austro-Hungarian prisons as a member of the organization called Mlada Bosna (Young Bosnia). In 1919, he became a citizen of Belgrade and entered the diplomatic service, where he remained until the outbreak of World War II. In the meantime, in 1924, he received his doctor's degree from the University of Graz, with a topic in the field of philosophical sciences. He is the author of several important novels, several works of narrative prose and lyrical-philosophical poetry, essays and critiques. In 1961, he received the Nobel Prize for Literature. He wrote his most important novels Na Drini Ćuprija, Gospođica and Travnička hronika (Bridge on the Drina, Woman from Sarajevo and Bosnian Chronicle) in Belgrade, during the occupation of 1941-1945.

Радно време

  • Monday: closed
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday: 10:00 – 17:00
  • Friday: 10:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday: 10:00 – 14:00

контакт информације

  • Address: Andrićev Venac 8/I, Belgrade
  • Phone: 011 323 83 97
  • E-mail:


Ticket: RSD 200

  • Special categories (pupils, students, unemployed and pensioners): RSD 100
  • Groups: two free tickets are issued for every ten visitors in the group. This does not apply to special categories.
  • Free entrance: every last Saturday of the month; children under the age of 7, persons with disabilities with a companion, MDS and ICOM members and EURO <26 and ISIC cardholders.
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