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National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded in 1888 and is the oldest among the modern cultural and scientific institutions of Western type in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A line of historical events influenced its establishment.

Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded on 13. November 1945. by the law on founding of Museum of national Liberation in Sarajevo. The initiative to establish Museum was undertaken by decree of Presidency of People Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina. At that time, Museum was situated in National library in Town Hall (Vijeanica). Since 1963. Museum is situated in building specially built for such purpose.

Sarajevo Tunnel Museum
The 800m-long Sarajevo tunnel is revered as an inanimate war hero and credited with enabling the city to survive the longest siege in modern military history. A short section is accessible to the public at the Tunnel Museum in the suburb of Ilidža. From central Sarajevo we took tram #3 to the Ilidža stop and then a 7KMarks taxi-ride for the last 3 kilometres. Museum entry was 5KM and it’s open daily from 9am to 4pm, year round.

Ars Aevi Sarajevo
Ars Aevi Sarajevo is a museum of contemporary art in Sarajevo. It was formed during the war as a "resistance of culture". It has approximately 130 works by renowned world artists including Michelangelo Pistoletto, Jannis Kounellis, Joseph Beuys, Braco Dimitrijevi? and Joseph Kosuth.

Bridge Museum
The Bridge Museum in Sarajevo is meant to be a private museum examining bridge building all over the world, taking into account the evolution of bridges from engineering, construction and architectural points of view. The Museum would also examine land and air bridges and the importance that they have played in the interrelations between people and peoples.

Museum of Sarajevo
The Museum of Sarajevo was founded in 1949 for the purpose of assembling, studying, preserving, publicizing and presenting the social, economic and cultural history of Sarajevo from its earliest days to the present. At first located in the attics of the City Hall, the Museum has grown during the past fifty years, despite difficult times, into an important cultural institution.

The Museum in 131, was founded on 26 September 1930, by the decision of Ban Milosavljevic, with the aim to collect and protect a great number of priceless pieces of historical and artistic value, which had been found in the area. The high level of awareness about the importance for such institutions and huge efforts of the first director, an academic painter, Spiro Bocaric, caused that the "Museum of Vrbaska Banovina" had become the important cultural-historic institution. Until the Second World War, the Museum had gained influence and reputation.

Museum on Humac
The oldest museum in B&H, founded in 1884, four years before the national museum in Sarajevo, is situated in the franciscan convent on Humac, and its most famous custodian was fra Bonicije Rup?i?.


Wine museum in Gradnici
the Gradni?i parish there is the oldest preserved wine-cellar in B&H. It's completely under ground and it was built in 1855 by fra Petar Bakula. The cellar has been renovated and turned into a museum. Nowadays, the cellar is used as a museum with a wine club in which all Brotnjo wines are displayed.