Educational programs




Get to know the museum in a fun and interactive way. These programs aim to provide family visits with a different experience that will hopefully develop fond memories of visiting the Museum.


With the help of hidden clues, find the given objects. The search is designed in such a way that it will take you through the entire permanent exhibition of the Museum.


Educational programs are intended for classroom and subject teachers and their students.

Studying in a museum cannot replace school, but it can serve to acquire new or complement existing knowledge and skills. Introduce your students to the richness and diversity of the natural, cultural and historical heritage of the middle Banat.

In cooperation with schools, the Museum prepares permanent educational programs that correlate with the curriculum. In addition to the existing ones, we are always open to suggestions and proposals for new programs.

You can also hold a lesson on the premises of the Museum on your own (without the presence of museum experts), if you want to connect a teaching unit with the museum’s heritage, or if you just want to leave the classroom.

Whichever program you choose, you need to announce your arrival and check availability at the desired time by calling or emailing

It is possible to attend only one class in one term!


Educational programs for students aged 13 to 19 are conducted by the Department for Pedagogical Work and Public Relations throughout the school year.

“Little curators – big stories” is the name of the project of the National Museum of Zrenjanin aimed at young people aged 13 to 19 and aims to actively involve them in the interpretation of the native cultural heritage presented at the permanent exhibition of the National Museum of Zrenjanin. More information about the project at the link: Little curators – big stories 

“TALE – Fast Forward”,

Teach Art Learn English (TALE) is an innovative project designed through the collaboration of the Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection with the English Language Teacher’s Association (ELTA) of Serbia, supported by the Novi Sad 2021 Foundation – European Capital of Culture. The project promotes the cultural heritage preserved in the Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection through active learning of the English language.

. During 2018 and 2019, the TALE team (consisting of four English language teachers/educators and one senior curator of the Memorial Collection), in consultation with Dr. Veronica Alvarez (an expert from the USA), devised a way for young people can present the collection of Pavle Beljanski. Content discussions led to tasks with precisely defined goals: learning terminology from the field of fine arts and practicing communication in English, through five thematic units – landscape, genre, nude, still life and portrait. More information at the link:

During 2021, this project was also applied to exhibits from the permanent exhibition of the Art Department of the Zrenjanin Museum.

The 90-minute workshops are divided into two segments: curatorial interpretation (45 minutes) and independent student work (45 minutes). After visiting the museum with the curator, the students are divided into five groups according to the thematic units, they choose a work of art to analyze and through reflective thinking, they are encouraged to think carefully about the experience they have had and what they have learned during the visit. work in the Zrenjanin National Museum concerns applied and fine arts (painting, sculpture). Students will get to know the Art Department of the museum, practice vocabulary related to art topics, learn something new or establish their previous knowledge in this field. 

To choose any of the programs, you need to announce your arrival and check availability at the desired time by calling 023/ 561 – 841 (extension 19, ask for Ivana Arađan) or send an email to

Educational programs for seniors

When announcing the visit of a group of seniors, current workshops can be adapted to their requirements.


Guided tours

Guided tours are the most common form of animation for group visits. On this occasion, visitors tour the permanent exhibition with the interpretation of a museum guide who provides basic information about the museum and presents the most important museum objects.