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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Located far from the center, difficult to access, in the same area with Yugoslavian museum (common ticket). Rather small museum, nice gardens, nice view. His Grave in the center. Many personal souvenirs and gifts aligned. Interesting the blue train. Great collection of Relay of Youth...More

1  Thank Despina-Kleanthi
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

The Tito Mausoleum is now under reconstruction. You can still visit his grave, and a building where many items from his life are on display. Well worth a visit even now.

Thank Fletch1946
Reviewed 4 July 2018

I didn't know a single thing about this great man destiny and i was really happy to get to know him after this visit

Thank Valchalc
Reviewed 2 July 2018

It's a long walk up the hill to the mausoleum and once you get there, there are not many displays. There are the graves of both Tito and his wife. There's a display of batons that he collected and a few other things. If you're...More

1  Thank crosswycke
Reviewed 29 June 2018

Very beautiful garden where you can find interesting items inside museum and good information about history of Yugoslavia during Tito era as well.

Thank Shervin F
Reviewed 24 June 2018

The Mausoleum is yet another treat to witness how the mighty General helped to keep the country together and thus it has reached to this stage today where so many youngsters can be inspired to achieve and do great feats.

1  Thank Pratik D
Reviewed 4 June 2018

This is a fascinating memorial to Tito, and very much worth the trip out of the city to see the exhibits and mausoleum. It gives a definite sense of history.

2  Thank PoisonPrincess
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

If you’re a history buff, or a fan of Serbia/Balkans, or into politics, then this visit is rewarding. It is better enjoyed if guided by a knowledgeable local, although everything displayed is marked in English as well. Reaching there by bus is fairly easy, if...More

2  Thank Fawwaz A
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

Located inside a modest building in a quiet location on a hill overlooking the city the tomb of Tito and his wife were displayed in a dignified manner. There is a display of some artefacts relating to Tito, including a model of the Blue train....More

Thank Michael H
Reviewed 31 May 2018

As a baby boomer I grew up with stories in the American press about the Yugoslav dictator, Joseph Broz Tito. This facility is a museum-mausoleum-monument to his memory. If you have any interest in contemporary world history, this is a "must see."

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