The Open Space The Botanical Garden “Jevremovac” contains a plant fund that includes more than 2000 different species.

There are about 300 species of trees and shrubs around 800 species of domestic, European and exotic areas, while the number of tropical, subtropical and desert plants estimated in more than 1000 species in the glass garden is found in the open space of the Botanical Garden.


At the suggestion of Josip Pančić, by the decision of the Ministry of Education and Church Affairs of the Principality of Serbia, Botanical Garden in Belgrade was founded in 1874.

Even before the founding of the institution, Pancic had a small botanical garden in the courtyard of Belgrade’s Liceo, for teaching at the Great School where he taught botany in the frame of the periodic history.

After the establishment of the institution, Bašti was given a pay at Dorćol, along the banks of the Danube, which did not show a good solution given the nearness of the riverbed and the possibility of being flooded.

After two great floods that had taken place in those years and completely destroyed plant estate, Pancic sought better accommodation for Bašte.

Unfortunately, a great naturalist, a preacher and first administrator of the first botanical garden in Serbia, died in 1888, not waiting to see Bašta safely housed in a new location.

Knowing the problems that Pancic had about raising a first botanical garden in Serbia, king Milan Obrenovic, in 1889, he gave his grandfather’s estate, inherited from the lord of Jevrem Obrenovic, for the need to raise the botanical garden. The only condition was to call the garden by his dedi Jevremovac.


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Botanical garden “Jevremovac” is an open-air classroom. It is an integral part of the Institute of Botany at the Faculty of Biology of the University of Belgrade, one of the largest and oldest faculties of natural sciences in Southeast Europe.


The Herbarijum Institute of Botany and Botanical Garden “Jevremovac” has over 150,000 herbaceous leaves and over 300,000 exits of prepared herbs collected in the Balkan Peninsula …

The collection titled “HERBARIUM PANCICIANUM” is Josip Pančić’s greatest scientific and cultural legacy.

It was promoted in 1860 when Pancic gave the Great School in Belgrade its herbarium collection, which then counted 80 buckwheats of dried plants collected in the area of Srem and Banat.


The Library of the Institute of Botany and Botanical Garden Jevremovac is one of the oldest and richest libraries in the region of Southeast Europe.

The Biblioteca Funds contain over 7,000 books, nearly 300 scientific and professional journals and over 6,000 botanical divisions.

The crown jewel of the library is “Flora Graec Sibthorpiana”, a magnificent edition of 10 tons of self-styled Greeks from Male Asia and Levanta, and the life span of John Sibtropa.

It is a luxurious edition with almost 1000 plants of natural size, which are basically lithographed manually painted by aquarelle technique and based on original drawings by famous botanist painter Ferdinand Bauer.


Every day from 9 – 19h


For adults: 250 dinara / 2,11 €
Children from 11 to 18 years: 100 dinara / 0,85 €
Students outside the University of Belgrade (with Index): 100 dinara / 0,85 €