Been well described by previous viewers .. excellent displays and easy to spend a couple of hours. Have seen things here have not seen elsewhere. Another institution that benefits from ongoing support from us .. go visit it .
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The displays in this museum were fantastic the archeological section had items totally new to me , the natural history a treasure trove of stuffed animals was mind boggling some hundreds of years old. The insect display again so plentiful and comprehensive. The minerals display...More
Unlike other reviews, I was really impressed with this Museum. It is divided into four parts i.e. Archaeology, Ethnology, Natural History and Library. I only made it through the archaeology and natural history part of it. The interior of the museum is beautiful with columns...More
A typical national museum with human, animal, and plant history displays. Given the focus of the city's other museums on the important events of the 20th century, it is interesting to learn here about Ottoman BH as well as medieval and Roman times. The staff...More
as a museum professional working in austria i have to say that this museum is really worth more visits, since you will get with every visit new insights into the history, life, art and traditions of bosnia and herzegovina. i was fascinated by the collections...More
Museum is a multi-building Austrian era structure housing a diverse group of collections. Sadly, its in much need of updating. Buildings show lack of care and funding with not much restored since war.
We were in Sarajevo for four nights, and half day of it was dedicated to this museum. We didn't know what is inside but as soon as we got in the courtyard, we were amazed. It's a gorgeous botanical garden with beautiful flowers, trees and...More
The museum itself is good, but what makes the place even more amazing is the effort the staff went to in order to preserve the collection during the conflict. If possible, find a guide who can explain it
Really enjoyed this museum. Although it can seem a bit spare, I was impressed with how well the English was presented -- someone had actually hired a proofreader, as opposed to a lot of museums in the Balkans. The natural history part was fun, but...More