City Museum is located in a newly constructed building, which was designed specifically for the needs of the museum and has had its opening in September 2007. The building has about 3000 square meters of exhibition space, which extends over three floors, space for business premises, depots, coffee/club for workshops and lapidary.
Children up to 15 years and retired: 0,50 EUR,
People over 15 years: 1,00 EUR, War veterans and people with special needs: Free entrance
Synagogue in Zenica
was built during the time from 1903. to 1905.
The synagogue is rectangular, measuring 12 x 10 meters, with a ground and first floor, with a total height of 10 meters. External appearance of the building was done in pseudo Moorish style. Synagogue was consecrated in 1906. and had the role of religious building until 1941.
In 1967. the first permanent historical and ethnological exhibition of Zenica City Museum was opened in this Synagogue.
The Jewish community office is also located in the facilities of Synagogue.
For six centuries known as the hardest part of Bosnia, the gate of Bosnia, Vranduk represents one of many medieval Bosnian towns with intensive political, economic and cultural life.
Vranduk is composed of a citadel with the main tower and protective wall, surrounding the interior of the medieval town. The Old town (fortress) Vranduk was a piece of royal land where bosnian kings Ostoja and Tvrtko II Tvrtkovic dwelled and there are also some traditional stories that the queen Katarina used to visit the place.
Vranduk had got a crafting and trading settlement on the spot where the village Varosiste is placed nowadays (3 kilometers downstream from Vranduk).
During the long Ottoman ruler, The Royal City of Vranduk become a great military-tactical spot. Sultan Mehmed-Fatih built a mosque in the immediate vicinity of the Vranduk fortress.
At the beginning of the Austrian-Hungarian rule small military unite had been stationed over this area, until 1890 when Vranduk was abandoned.Almost, whole 20th century, Vranduk has been defying with its strenght and natural beauty keeping from oblivion its rich past.
Within the Vranduks walls numerous archeological remains from from the Middle Ages and Ottoman period were found: pots, jewelry, coins, tools, spurs, etc. These objects are kept in Zenica City Museum and as part of exhibition in Vranduk.
Children up to 15 years and retired 0,50 EUR / People over 15 years 1,50 EUR /
War veterans and people with special needs: Free entrance