Even today, after 40 years of Tito’s death, each year more than 10.000 tourists visit his grave. Since 1982, more than 17,000,000 people have come to Kuća cveća or Kuća cvijeća.
The tomb was once surrounded by flowers until it was closed to the public after the breakup of Yugoslavia and now only white rocks remain where the flowers used to be.
Only the tomb and the memorial museum are open to the public. They are among the most visited sites in Serbia and are particularly popular on May 25, Tito’s birthday.
A new permanent display focuses on the personal life of Tito and includes the former leader’s personal items, uniforms, souvenirs from his travels and gifts he received.
House of Flowers and Museum of Yugoslavia
Entrance Fee – Adults 400 dinars, Students and pupils 200 dinars and children under the age of 10 free.