Native Ethnological collection of Jajce, with its content, aims to introduce to visi- tors the customs and traditions of life in Jajce, cultural and historical heritage, as well as people who, with their work, left trace in Jajce’s rich history. The exhibits in the central part of the exhibition space are related to the customs and traditions of life in the city and its surroundings. In the part of native ethnic collection that consists of the Bosnian city room, that originates from the turn of the 19th and the 20th centuries, happens the meeting with the culture of housing and interior design of the urban population from the 30s of the twentieth century. On the second floor of the museum, there is a Geological, petrographic and miner- alogical collection, which represents the natural richness of the wider area of Jajce. In the Museum are the workshops of weaving and embroidery, which preserve these traditional crafts. Works created in the workshops can be purchased in the museum gift shop.
The museum is located in the Old primary school building, on the way to the Church of St. Mary with St. Luke belfry and the Catacombs, and offers guided tours in English and local languages. Working time: every day from 9.00 a.m until 5.00 p.m., from May until October, and every day from 8.00 a.m. until 4.00 p.m., from November until April.
Agency for Cultural, Historical and Natural Heritage and Development of Tourism Potential of Jajce Ethno Museum
ul. Sv. Luke 15
tel: (0) 30 658 268