We will visit the few museums who tell about the history of Skopje and Macedonia…
- Licensed tour guide
- Transfer with car/van
- Pick up and drop off your accommodation
- Entrance tickets
- Lunch and Drinks
Depend of your hotel accommodation, we will visit the follow museums:
Museum of Macedonia – is a national institution in the Republic of Macedonia and one of the oldest museums in the country. During the existence of the Socialist Republic of Macedonia, the museum was known as People’s Museum of Macedonia.
Museum of the Macedonian Struggle – Museum of the Victims of the Communist Regime is a national museum of the Republic of Macedonia located in city of Skopje. Construction of the museum began on 11 June 2008 and it was opened to the public on the 20th anniversary of the declaration of independence on September 8th, 2011.
Archaeological Museum of Macedonia is new, impressive and comprehensive museum in the modern Republic of Macedonia. It is a significant new offer in terms of tourism in the country. Some of its content that the public can see, are statue of Venus Boadicea, the ritual carriage 18th centuries old, copy of Alexanders’ sarcophagus, etc.
The Mother Teresa Memorial House is dedicated to the humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mother Teresa, was built on the popular Macedonia Street in the Center municipality, on the very location of the once Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, where Mother Teresa was baptized.
Museum of the City of Skopje – is a cultural institution located in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Founded in 1949, it is located in a former railway station that was partly destroyed in the 1963 earthquake. The museum is home to permanent еxhibitions representing the history of Skopje, from the first recorded settlements around 3000 BC to present.
Holocaust Memorial Center for the Jews of Macedonia – is a memorial to the holocaust of the 7,148 Jews from Macedonia and the history of the Jews in the Balkans, located in Skopje, the capital city of the Republic of Macedonia. The Memorial Center is located in the so-called Jewish Quarter of Skopje, which was the center of Jewish life in this city until the deportation of the Jews.