The Museum of Yugoslav History is the most visited museum in Serbia with over 100.000 visitors per year. It was created in 1996 by merging the 25th May Museum, the Memorial Center Josip Broz Tito and the Museum of the Revolution of the People of Yugoslavia. The space it occupies includes a part of the former residential complex of Josip Broz Tito in Belgrade.
This is a unique institution that is into the collection, research and promotion of items related to the history of Yugoslavia. Until 2003, the Museum was an independent federal organization, which, after this period, was within the competence of the Republic of Serbia. The title of the institution of culture of great importance was gained in April 2013. The museum complex includes a 3.2 hectare park and a museum space of 5.252 square meters.