Vinča Belo Brdo is located 14 km from Belgrade city centre and on one of the most breathtaking localities on the Danube riverside. Many artefacts which reveal everyday life in Vinča’s culture are part of the permanent exhibition. There is also an outdoor exhibition. The artefacts are a representative selection of finds uncovered on the site during excavations in 1978. There are unique figurines, tools made from volcanic glass, jewelry from Aegean seashells, high quality ceramic bowls – all take us to the on a journey to Neolithic Vinča and the first modern age.
Apart from a visit to the museum and excavation site, the Danube riverside is a great opportunity for a family trip since it is near Avala mountain picnic site. There are wonderful spots for fishing and hiking. including a hiking trail from Vinča to the Mountain club Vinča-Ritopek (Planinarski savez Vinča Ritopek) (https://pss.rs/terenipp/ritopek-vinca/). The venue has a free car park and it is also reachable via public transport and Bus route 307.
Unfortunately, the locality is not suitable for people with physical disabilities at the moment.
April 1st- October 31st
(visits must be booked in advance at other times of year.)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 10am -4pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am- 6pm
Weekends: 10am, 11:30am, 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm and 5.30 pm
Address: Belo Brdo 17, Vinča village
Phone numbers: +381 (0)11 806 53 34, +381 (0)60 500 51 87
Ticket Prices: 200 RSD
Students, Unemployed, Pensioners: 100 RSD
Children under 7, disabled visitors with an assistant, members of MDS and ICOM and owners of cards ЕURO<26 AND ISIC: Free
Groups: 10 people: 800 RSD
(does not apply to the discount tickets)
Please note, the last Saturday in every month offers free admission for all visitors.
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