Krunska 51, Belgrade
Open: Tuesday – Sunday from 12:00 to 17:00.
Closed on Mondays.
Tickets are sold at the Museum ticket office (there are four prices, depending on the language and group size of a guided tour). Entry is free for children under seven years of age.
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Nikola Tesla museum
It is one of the most visited museums in Belgrade, with over 150,000 visitors a year.
The world-famous scientist of Serbian origin has made an immeasurable contribution to science and technological progress. Many consider him "the man who invented the 20th century". He is the author of over 700 patents, and an international unit of measure is named after him. The induction motor, a rotating magnetic field and multiphase alternating current are just some of Tesla's inventions that helped illuminate our world.
The Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade is the only place where you can see the legacy of this inventor. Besides many scientific works, drawings, schemes and letters, the museum also houses some of Nikola Tesla's personal effects. Due to the huge importance of its creativity, UNESCO has included Tesla's archive in the Register of "Memory of the World", which is the highest form of protection of a cultural asset.
In order to better understand and experience his work, visit this museum in the very centre of Belgrade.
There is also an urn in the museum with the remains of our scientist, which was transferred to Belgrade 14 years after Tesla's death.
Photo credits Nikola Tesla Museum press office