In the permanent exhibition of the Museum of Vojvodina, archaeology is presented in three halls, on a space of about 700 m2. The exhibition presents the most valuable finds arranged according to modern museum principles (reconstruction of habitations and individual structures, photographs, maps, legends) and covers the period from the Paleolith to the late Middle Ages. The auxiliary devices are used to give a better insight into the life of the population, their economic development, burial customs, arts and religious worship, from the beginning of man`s inhabitation of this region.
Historical time begins with information on the multiethnic development of Vojvodina.
The many centuries of mutual connections between the Slavic, Ugro-Finnic and Germanic peoples in the Pannonian and Danube Basin regions have led to the joint life of numerous ethnic groups on the territory of present day Vojvodina – Serbs, Hungarians, Slovaks, Rumanians, Ruthenians, Croats, Germans and others. In their historical development all these peoples have preserved their specific features, customs, folk costumes and the like.
An urban street from the past
At the permanent exhibition in the Museum of Vojvodina, an urban street in Vojvodina from the beginning of the 20th century is presented. It is chronologically attached on the economic history typical for these regions. Visitors are guided by carefully chosen, original and authentic objects into an epoch behind us in a different, new way. They can approach the atmosphere of the past through photographs of the most remarkable buildings and authentic shop windows on a photographer’s atelier, a tailor’s workshop, a milliner’s shop, pharmacy, toy shop and china shop.