Zagreb, Croatia has long been home to some of Europe’s quirkiest museums, but it now has another major Balkan capital to rival it. Unusual museums are popping all over Belgrade, and here are a few quirky spots you should check out in the Serbian capital.
If you’re in the mood for an amazing photo-op, this is the place to be. Filled with several colorful themed rooms, the Selfie Museum in Belgrade offers a unique immersive experience and it’s up to you to make the best of it.
Museum of Illusions
Speaking of amazing photo-ops, the Museum of Illusions is one of the leaders in this area, and if you think it looks familiar—chances are you’ve seen it somewhere else before. The museum in Belgrade is only one of many under this moniker, as the Museum of Illusions has branches everywhere from Madrid to Cairo.
Museum of Chocolate
Located in the very heart of Kalemegdan Park, the Museum of Chocolate is one of the latest additions to Belgrade’s quirky museum scene. It features several themed rooms exploring the history of chocolate and a unique display of chocolate-made items.