The most special place of the Ethno village is The Museum.
The Museum has over 5000 artefacts which are divided into different collections. The main collection in the Museum is the Ethnological Collection, and there is also a Natural History Collection, itself divided into plants, animals, minerals and fossil remains, as well as the Numismatic Collection and the Antique Collection. But that’s not all! There is a Historical and an Archaeological collection, and there is a space for ethnological and other objects from Switzerland.
The ethnological artefacts were found and collected south of Banja Luka, in the mountains that spread from the Bronzani majdan to Kneževo. There are also artefacts from former Yugoslavia, while some of the antiquitieses, minerals and a number of other showpieces came from 6 continents.
Museum working hours:
From 1st of April to 30th of September
Every day from 9AM to 9PM
From 1st of October to 31st of March
Every day from 10AM to 6PM
only weekends, on weekdays, if necessary (group visits must be announced first)
The Museum is closed on August 2 and 3, Saint Ilija’s day and january 6 and t, Orthodox Christmas
3KM (1.5€)- Adults
2KM (1€)- Children
2KM (1€) per person – Groups (8 or more persons)
30KM (15€) per group – Groups accompanied by a guide
– Ljubačevo Elementary School pupils
– Children under 7 years of age
– Homeland society “Osmača”, Ljubačevo members
– Museum workers of the Republika Srpska
– Family pass card owners