The Museum of Vojvodina is one of the oldest cultural institutions in the Republic of Serbia, established in 1847. The museum collections keep a large number of items grouped into archeological, historical, ethnological and recent historical collections. The complex permanent exhibit in the Dunavska 35 building offers visitors a unique way to experience the development of human civilization in this region, spanning from the Stone Age to the end of the 19th century. The building at Dunavska 37 presents the 20th century in the region. All 8000 items in the permanent exhibit were discovered on the territory of Vojvodina, whichtestifies to the authenticity of the portrayal of its past. Aside from the permanent exhibit, the Museum also hosts various thematic exhibitions, promotions, lectures, concerts, guided tours, children’s play events and workshops for all visitor profiles. Both Museum buildings are located in attractive locations in the city center, at the very edge of the pedestrian zone, next to the Danube Quay and the Danube Park. The Museum of Vojvodinahas two dependents: The Museum Complex in Kulpin (+381 21 228-6266) comprises two castles and adjoining buildings of the noble family Stratimirović. Within the complex is an exhibition of stylistic furniture and the Agricultural Musem. The Ethno House “Brvnara” (“Log House”) in Bački Jarak (+381 21 525-059) is a heritage collection of an ethnological-historical character portraying the lives of Military Border Serbs. Dunavska 35, 21000 Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia Phone: advance visit notice +381 21 525-059, central +381 21 420-566 E-Mail: Business hours: Tuesday-Friday 9:00h to 19:00h, Saturday-Sunday 10:00h to 18:00h Summer business hours during July and August: Tuesday-Friday 9:00h to 14:00h and 17:00h to 22:00h, Saturday-Sunday 10:00h to 18:00h