Experience ethnic tradition in the Old Village Sirogojno Museum
The museum “Old Village” Sirogojno revives the traditions of Serbian villages and the spirit of mountain life. In the age of increasing digitization, staying in this space that firmly connects people with nature is a real vacation. It covers an area of 5 hectares and has about 50 buildings that were relocated and transferred from the surrounding Zlatibor villages.
How to get there:
Sirogojno is located on the Zlatibor mountain, the most visited tourist center in Western Serbia.
The easiest way to get to Sirogojno is by car from two directions. The first road leads from Užice on the main road to Zlatibor, but in the village of Mačkat it is necessary to turn onto the local road to Rožanstvo and Sirogojno. The road from the center of Zlatibor also leads to these villages. It is interesting to ride a mountain bike or electric bike on this road, because it is asphalt, it is not congested, but there are a lot of climbs and it is not suitable for family riding. Sirogojno is 23 kilometers from the center of Zlatibor, and the “Old Village” Museum is in the village itself.
Enjoy the look of the buildings, knock and enter – find out more about what the main houses, backyard houses with porches, shepherd’s house and other buildings looked like.
In the museum, you will have the opportunity to see the way of life in old Serbian households, find out what kačara and mišana are, how homemade bread and milk are actually made, as well as the secrets of crafts that were passed down from generation to generation by blacksmiths, potters, kachari and basket makers..
As part of the museum, there is also a shop where you can buy handicrafts and items made by hand by village artisans so that they resemble museum exhibits.
Try refreshing 100% natural juices made of raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, pear… – the best way to detoxify your body.
The only open-air museum in Serbia occupies a large area, find your bench or tree trunk, feel the peace and quiet, rengain your energy because this is the right place for it. The best way is to spend the night, because Sirogojno offers attractive accommodation in seven ethnically decorated authentic Zlatibor log cabins.
Opening hours and ticket price:
The working hours of the Museum “OLD Village” Sirogojno are from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m..
The ticket price is 200 RSD, children up to 7 years old do not pay, and the family ticket costs 500 RSD.
Near the “Old Village” Museum, Sirogojno, there is also the Knitters Museum, and a little further the Stopića cave and waterfall in Gostilje, which you can also visit and experience the magic through Four pearls of Zlatibor and their secrets by purchasing online a combined ticket for adults and children online