Olimpijski Muzej
Olimpijski Muzej
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9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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FlyingFoodie
Salisbury, UK50 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022
Not a big museum but well worth 20 minutes of anyones time. Great to see the opening ceremony highlights and some of the colourful track suits displayed from the time. I was unexpectedly moved by the experience here, such a colourful celebration of unity and peace, knowing what was waiting for city afterwards. Nice touch to see the bobsled mounted on a graffiti covered track - given the current state of the track at Trebevic. There’s a cool cafe/bar just outside on the steps also.
Written 5 October 2022
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424TarikFX🇧🇦
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina40,089 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Solo
The original Olympic Museum was burnt down in the Bosnian war, and this one represents just a poor replacement for it. Many original exhibits have been lost and could not be replaced.
Written 18 October 2017
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nyctoeasterneurope
New York City, NY4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Solo
I can't say enough nice things about both the museum and the people working there. It was snowing and difficult to find the entrance because of reduced visibility, so when I called and was lost the museum gave me directions and even sent someone to help me find the entrance. The entrance was free, so it's also budget-friendly. Even for someone who knows pretty much nothing about sports, like me, the museum is well worth a visit and was probably my favorite thing to see in Sarajevo. Not only do they have certificates, equipment, uniforms, and other memorabilia from the games, for the art lovers there is also a small collection of paintings based on the games which is very interesting. Plus, it is very important from a historical standpoint as the stadium and its surrounding compound suffered destruction during the war. Everyone working there was incredibly welcoming and helpful, and even took the time to speak with me about life in Sarajevo -- just as valuable if not more so than the museum itself. A wonderful and memorable experience (also very safe for female solo travelers.)
Written 6 January 2017
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Garold_of_Stone
Stone, UK24 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Couples
As fans of the Olympic movement, we always try and find a significant venue if there is one within easy distance of our trip.

We were actually on a guided tour by car on this day and asked the driver to take us - it is well worth it. It is not a common stopping off point and they had to turn the lights and video on for us when we arrived! But the video is great and very informative (you only really need to see the first ten minutes) and the exhibits are fascinating.

You also get a wider view of the venue's role in the later Balkan conflict and it's harrowing to see what it, and the City went through. You should definitely follow up this visit by going to the Srebrenica gallery or the Tunnel of life for an even wider view of the city during the War.

It's really just a half hour way-lay but we got a lot out of it as Sports fans with an interest in history too. If you can fit it into your schedule it's well worth the diversion.
Written 20 June 2016
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Skeney57
Sydney, Australia21,999 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Couples
We didn't do the Muzej but wanted to see some of the infrastructure of the 84 Winter Games , so drove up the Mountain to the Ski Jump site. I'm afraid that the sites appear derelict and abandoned ! Poorly sign posted and would take a braver person then I to do the Jump nowadays ! The clincher was the hillside on the trip up is still a minefield from the Siege with a myriad of warning signs so don't go a wandering !!!
Written 30 January 2016
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IngeCvC
The Hague, The Netherlands32 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Couples
This museum used to be housed in a beautiful building in town. During the war it got destroyed, but some people managed to save a lot of the displayed items. They are now housed in the office of the Olympic Committee by the original Olympic stadium, which is called the 'Zetra'. You can walk there from town or catch a bus or taxi. We had to walk around the stadium for a bit to find the entry to the museum. We received a very warm welcome once we were there. The people of Sarajevo are extremely proud of their Olympics and it was a very happy time for them. This Olympic spirit was one of the things that kept them going strong throughout the war. They really appreciate your visit to the museum and we got a nice little goodie bag with Olympic merchandise. After our visit we saw the ice skating rink next to the museum and we walked back towards the river, where you'll find the venue of the ice hockey, called 'Skenderija', now a funny underground shopping mall.
Written 11 December 2015
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